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1 An Experiment in the Woods

ARCHITECT STEVEN HOLL SAVED A PLOT OF LAND FROM


DEVELOPMENT AND BUILT HIMSELF A GUESTHOUSE THAT
SLEEPS FIVE—BUT HAS NO BEDROOMS.
OCT 16, 2016 1 MINUTE
SAVE FOR LATERSAVE AN EXPERIMENT IN THE WOODS FOR LATER

THE WINDOWS “We were going to use Duratherm mahogany


windows, but that would have been hard with the curved pieces,”
architect Steven Holl says. So he turned to his contractor Javier
Gomez, whose team did it by hand.

THE LIGHTING “The light fixtures are all 3-D printed in cornstarch-based bioplastic.
We printed them in our big 3-D printer here in the office,” Holl says.

Iwan Baan

THE FOOTPRINT Holl wanted the house to take up as little space as possible. “I

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