Wall-less House

The Wall-less House sits on a mountain slope with the floor sloping upward to meet the roof, naturally absorbing the imposing load of the earth. The flat roof is fixed rigidly to the upturned slab, freeing the three front columns from taking any lateral loads achieving incredibly slender columns. The different functions of the house are placed without enclosure on an universal floor, further emphasizing the structural system, but can be partitioned off by sliding walls.