This 3,900 sf custom home sits on a 2-acre lot in The Tree Farm in Bend, Oregon. Overlooking Shevlin Park, the lot has expansive views of the Cascade mountains. The Pod House design was created by a desire for privacy between spaces, and for integral outdoor spaces between the pods. The 3 wedge-shaped pods, each oriented towards a different mountain are comprised of Master, Living and Guest wings. Each of the pods is separated by an outdoor space: a private spa patio off the master and a game patio off the Guest wing. The center pod is bisected by a continuous cantilevered roof extending from the covered entry on the East side, over the Dining Rm to a covered patio extending along the entire west side of the Living Pod. Site amenities include a bocce ball court in the backyard, overlooked by the Covered Patio with firepit area, lounge and dining/BBQ area. Exterior materials include vertical tongue and groove cedar siding, composite panel siding, aluminum-clad wood windows, standing seam aluminum roofs on shed roofs. Driveway access slopes downhill to a 3-car garage, which is oriented to the south for a PV solar array on the roof.
Featured in Bend Home + Design Magazine HERE