Of the numerous houses located in San Juan Island, the Pierre is unquestionably one of the houses many homeowners can get home design inspiration from.
The Pierre is an enchantingly stunning home that was designed by Olson Kundig Architects and of course, there are numerous interesting things about the house.
For instance, the house is wedged into a hill and it seems to be one of the protruding rocks that surround it and in addition, the house even has grass growing on its roof.
The Pierre constitutes a bunker that is nestled into the rock and the Pierre, the name of the house itself, is actually the French word for stone.
As the house has encompassing stone, surrounding foliage, as well as green roof, the house almost disappears into nature. The followings are things about the house that you might need to know if you happen to be interested in this enchantingly stunning house.
Constituting a bunker that is nestled into the rock, the Pierre has various things to offer and an open plan kitchen, living, and dining space is one of them.
The house also has a pivoting steel and glass door which opens for access to the houseâ€™s outdoor terrace.
Located in San Juan Island, Washington, USA, the house also a master suite which features a custom-designed bed that comes with a leather headboard and footboard which, of course, is not the last thing the house has to offer.
Also amongst the things the house has to offer are furnishings with luxurious textures and in addition, the house also has interior and exterior fireplace hearths which are carved out of existing stone. The house also has a powder room, as well as aforged bronze sink and many more.
If you wonder how enchantingly stunning the Pierre is, you can take a look at the photos of the house captured by Benjamin Benschneider.