This is a 2,865 square-foot coastal residence designed by Boora Architects, located on the coast of Oregon State. This residence offers 180-degree views to Siletz Bay while erasing boundaries between indoors and out. It consists of two building connected by 45-foot long breezeway in U-shape formation. The smallest building contains office and bathroom on the second floor and garage on the first floor. The second building is more private for the occupants to enjoy the views. Its lower floor has two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a flex room. This flex room can transform from open living area into a guest bedroom by pulling two eight-foot sliding hemlock accordion pocket panels to form walls. The second floor designed to maximize the views with extensively glass-walled, crescendo from eight to 15-feet tall. This second floor also offers large covered deck where you can enjoy fresh wind from this area.
Photos: Jon Jensen
Design of House