Toshiko Mori’s House in Ghent featured in Architectural Review

Toshiko Mori‘s House in Ghent was featured in Architectural Review‘s Special Fall Preview, “The Shape of Things to Come: Preview of New Work from Around the World.” The weekend house and compound, perched above a rock outcropping overlooking the Hudson River, creates a new residential typology with a series of five separate pavilions, each providing a specific and distinct function. 
The project is currently on display at the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts in Deer Isle, Maine, in the 50th anniversary exhibition Haystack’s Architecture: Vision and Legacy, a celebration of the school’s architect Edward Larrabee Barnes.