Loblolly House by Kieran Timberlake

The Loblolly House, designed in 2006 by Kieran Timberlake Architects, is named after the species of pine tree forest that surrounds the home in Taylor Island, Maryland. The 2200 square foot home was designed to make very little impact on the surrounding environment; every element of the house was found within 500 miles of the site, fabricated offsite, and was then brought together as a “kit of parts” to be assembled. The house itself is perched upon treelike columns that leave very little footprint on the ground.

Loblolly House

Loblolly Bedroom Loblolly House Stair Loblolly Kitchen Loblolly Windows Loblolly Patio Loblolly Outdoor View Loblolly Living Room


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