When it came time to design the new structure for our Workman’s Creek property, we turned to OMAS (a full-service architecture firm with offices in New York City and Toronto). After listening to a long litany of requests, they rendered a design for a new “Land House” that matched our needs exactly. The interior “Living Pavilion” – highlighted by the convergence of two gables to create a uniquely modern aesthetic – provides simultaneous views southwest across the wetlands to the pond and northeast to the winding ravine. The dogtrot of the house creates a literal bridge between the east and west sides of the clearing, all the while locking the structure to a single Larch tree standing in the open expanse. Now that the plan is in place, we can’t wait to break ground!