Situated on 185 acres, the Wu House is a modest 2,600 square feet. In plan, it appears very boxlike. The main mass of the house is composed of three vaulted rectangles. Elliptical cylinders and cones pass between and intersect the saddlelike rectangular volumes to produce sinuous lines that appear to be derived from the site's physical features.

Inside, these intersections create lariat-shaped openings at the ceiling planes, resulting in spaces that flow into one another to create a supple, smooth domestic container. 

Location: Burson, California

Size: 2,600 sq. ft.

Schedule: Design, 2000

Program: Private house

Team: Preston Scott Cohen and Cameron Wu (Design)