Built for a conservation advocate, this home is designed to be low maintenance and to last for generations. It serves as place to retreat from the city and connect with nature. The house sits on a 325 acre property that is now protected. It is built with rock harvested from the site to give the impression that it grew out of the beautiful rock formations, becoming part of the bluff it sits on. The house is set back from the bluff’s edge to conceal itself from the valley below and to protect and preserve the “Hole in the Wall” (revered locally as a sacred Native American site).