This triangular structure points its prow-like nose out to sea
and grabs ahold of its site with an exoskeleton of Port Orford
cedar logs, inspired by the driftwood logs and beach structures
found along the shoreline. These buttresses resist lateral loads
and negate the need for conventional shear walls while braces
pointed out towards the ocean support an elevated loft accessed
via a portable library ladder.
oregon coast house, gold beach, or