Matthew Moger is a founding partner and principal of MaMo architects. With over two decades of experience, Matthew has worked on a broad range of project types including private residences, adaptive reuse and master planning. He is also recognized for his furniture designs.
This design was informed by camping out on-site to incorporate a sense of place and the passage of time. At nightfall, the meadow began to glow with hundreds of fireflies. That experience inspired the glowing powder room which pulls the exterior indoors. Acting as a bridge, the entry places you above the ground to experience the tree canopy and its colorful seasonal change. The building forms and materials are inspired by agrarian architecture that is bold, rugged, and authentic.