In designing a family’s floating house in Oregon, architect Robert Harvey Oshatz looked to the river that would buoy the structure. The roofline comprises two ‘waves’ on the verge of breaking. Solid

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In designing a family’s floating house in Oregon, architect Robert Harvey Oshatz looked to the river that would buoy the structure. The roofline comprises two ‘waves’ on the verge of breaking. Solid walls on either side provide privacy from neighbors moored nearby, and a glass wall that is open to the river offers a view that could easily inspire an cannonball dive on a hot summer day.

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Fri, Apr 19, 2013 8:01 PM EDT