This board-formed concrete house bends and folds to accommodate the canopy of hundred year old live-oak tree limbs covering the site. The client brief described the proposed house as a means to heighten ones experience of the surrounding trees. Though the renderings suggest a more muted garden, the reality will be the opposite: a jungle-like landscape with a rough-hewn structure weaving through it. The house itself is a combination of coarsely cast concrete, pine woods and steel-framed glass openings. The rooms flow carelessly into one another, more precisely defined by their relationship to the garden.