Ply+ injects bold color and unique geometries into the design of a single-family home

Architecture studio Ply+ designed House P, a slender rectilinear building outside Ann Arbor, Michigan, with two goals: to accommodate the clients’ desire to age in their own home and to showcase their large art collection, which ranges from prints to sculptures. According to firm principal Craig Borum, the two-story house’s sleek form—it contains two bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, a kitchen and dining area on the top level, and ample lounge space—was influenced by the site’s steep topography.

The front door of House P is accessed by a sloped entry ramp at grade. The landscape’s contours are echoed inside, where self-contained, curved rooms threaten to intersect (or do

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