This Asian Modern house is composed of three connected pavilions placed along the natural ridge which the locals call Cat Hill. The stone-clad base appears to grow from the granite ledge of the hill, forming a plinth for the sliding doors, cedar walls, and copper roofs. The house has large windows to take advantage of the stunning Hudson River view to the south and west. On the north and east sides the house peers out through the foliage like a tree-house.
Photos: Angelo Caranese, Wayne Koestenbaum, Steve Marchetti, and Roy Kannenberg