House on a Ranch

Jeremy Sturgess | EVDS Faculty

Sturgess Architecture

 
 

 

The clients breed horses and by uniting the house and the stable, a singular statement is perceived from the highway. The activities of the house are bound to the greater ranch landscape in which it is found and are sheltered from the often harsh prairie winds by a porte cochere– acting as entry to both the house and the stable.

 

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