Situated on a ridge overlooking the Hudson River, this 800 s.f. modern addition to an existing Victorian acts as both a solar shield and a landscape folly. The continuous metal roof and wall system defines the extent of the new volume, while the tall vertical void bridges the quaint scale of the Victorian and the heroic scale of the Hudson River Valley.

The curving vertical metal roof/wall frames views of the river and mountains beyond, while providing shading to the South and West during summer months.

Materials include standing seam galvalume siding and roofing, flush Azek panels, cedar soffits, Pella windows, and ipe decks.