A Window Links Interior Spaces with the Outside World
Fargo, North Dakota is prairie country where Dr. William Wosick's state of the art modern home in the wilds of this rugged country demonstrate the dynamic contrast created when strict lines blend with the serendipity of the natural world. He sought a dwelling suited to his collection of modern art for a perfect milieu of structure and space. Here the owner and architect had planned a solid wall, but while in the framing stage the forest beyond proved so compelling the window was added. When interior spaces link to the world outside via such openings, there is a powerful sense that the exterior spaces are purposefully integrated into the structural design.