Home EnvyOMG I Want This House: Oregon03.01.13Home EnvyOMG I Want This House: OregonA stunning wood and glass home overlooking miles of forest and canyon? We’ll take it! Take a peek into the three connected pavilions just steps from the high desert outside.03.01.13 11:00 AM ETRoger Davies/Interior Archive A stunning wood and glass Oregon home overlooking miles of forest and canyon? We’ll take it! See photos of the house—designed by architect James Cutler and styled by Peggi Jeung—that’s making us want to run away to Oregon. Roger Davies/Interior Archive The glass facades of the home’s three connecting pavilions reflect a pink-tinged dusk sky. Peggi Jeung Taiga the Labrador admires his domain from the rug in the open-plan living room. Roger Davies/Interior Archive The home’s kitchen sits at the end of the open-plan living room. You can also call it a living “pavilion,” if you feel like being fancy. Roger Davies/Interior Archive And check out that view! The house’s central pavilion overlooks a lush, green canyon. Roger Davies/Interior Archive Quick, is that wood or concrete on the walls of the hallway? Though the walls look paneled and have a wood pattern, it’s actually concrete molded to look like wood. The best of both worlds! Roger Davies/Interior Archive A cowboy hat is nearly required in this rugged home. This dining area is separated from the kitchen by a partition with built-in cupboards. Roger Davies/Interior Archive There’s a whole great world out there, filled with houses not nearly as awesome as this one. We figure that’s what the globe standing in the corridor outside the guest bedroom is meant to remind you. Roger Davies/Interior Archive Just a few easy steps from the kitchen (which sits at the other end of the open-plan living room) is a comfy seating area, complete with a wood-burning stove. Roger Davies/Interior Archive Bluestone patios lead from the bedrooms to the volcanic ash and rabbit brush on the desert floor outside. Roger Davies/Interior Archive A wooden vanity unit in the bathroom comes with a pair of basins surrounded by marble. Roger Davies/Interior Archive A glass door leads out into the desert brush. And this is only the guest bedroom! Roger Davies/Interior ArchiveThe guest bedroom as seen from outside the floor-to-ceiling windows. Roger Davies/Interior Archive The master bedroom isn’t too shabby either, with its expansive views of Oregon’s high desert. Roger Davies/Interior Archive Floor-to-ceiling windows flood the entrance hall with light. Roger Davies/Interior Archive Open shelving along the length of the flared concrete wall in the dining area provides plenty of room for your knickknacks—and tree branches in a vase. Roger Davies/Interior Archive It’s a long way down from where the house is perched on the edge of a canyon, where the vertical wall drops into a basalt cascade. Roger Davies/Interior Archive Imagine waking up to this every morning. Early-morning light illuminates the desert brush and mist rising from the canyon below.