Bercy Chen Studio designed the Cascading Creek House, a 12,000-square-foot residence in the Texas Hill Country that – despite its size – manages to keep a low profile by way of modern technology and sustainable building practices.
The house consists of two wings – one private, and the other public – which are lined with locally-sourced limestone. These wings are angled in such a manner as to allow in a significant amount of sunlight, as well as to provide the owners and visitors with a near panoramic view of the grounds.
In addition to great views and plenty of space, the house boasts a water catchment system and solar panels.
Via Design Milk.