A cleared plateau site presented a tabula rasa with sweeping view towards the west. One concept sketch was a stair and stone mass lit from above, bringing the living spaces down to the pool terrace. Another was a 3-wing plan with central living spaces, and attached main and guest suites. The main roof is an inverted truss, creating a more intimate central space with the ceiling rising upwards to transom windows at the east and west. The ceiling is clad in douglas fir, extending to the exterior soffits which include deep overhangs to cover the deck and provide a frame for the expansive view. The west-facing wall of doors and windows is also trimmed in fir, with a recessed motorized shade. The palette of materials is kept to a minimum– white oak floors, fir trim and cabinets, walnut and stainless kitchen, stone, tile and steel accents. The roofs are standing seam galvalume, sloped low across the living wing, with a raised gable over the guest/garage wing facing south to accommodate solar panels.