Situated on a sloping site, Hollowcat Wild is a composition of three stone boxes. A guesthouse and garage stretch alongside a 6-ft-deep, 150-ft-long arching cut into the limestone strata. The main living areas are housed in a long gallery with both distant and intimate views. The two story box is occupied by a master suite and screened porch below with a den above, and is connected to the main living area by a floating glass bridge. Cypress board boxes enclose various functions within larger volumes of rough limestone walls and white oak floors.
The architects and builder collaborated to create a very energy efficient building despite its size. The clean design and simple palette create an architecture for clients who desired a tranquil, elegant home with the sensibilities of an art museum.