BNIM Architects designed this residence after winning an initial competition sponsored by the Owner. This design was chosen because of the way in which it takes advantage of the sites rolling prairie. Perched atop a ridge, the house consists of a series of six distinct pavilions. The pavilions, which will receive abundant natural light, are composed in order to create a series of outdoor rooms that embrace the distinctive site, and capture views. Although the composition of the pavilions is complex and dynamic, the design of each pavilion is based on simple principles and provides a fitting backdrop for the Owners' distinctive Japanese furniture collection.