Gallery: Omer Arbel’s Stunning 23.2 House Unfolds from Salvaged Beams

This striking 23.2 House by Architect Omer Arbel creates a wonderful narrative that starts with a pile of huge salvaged Douglas fir beams. Set in motion by the raw reclaimed lumber, the design radiates out, dictated by the beams' material dimensions and length.  The house opens to the landscape, mixing the outdoors with the indoors. The result is a beautiful home that made the short list for this year’s World Architecture Festival’s recognized homes.

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