The project is a single-family residence that sits on Madrone Ridge overlooking Dry Creek Valley in Sonoma County. The primary goal of the home is enhance the environment that the project sits in. The building aims at connecting it’s users to the land by using the architecture to heighten the nature surroundings. The building is meant to utilize passive and active strategies the provide comfort without impacting its surroundings. In addition, the architecture specifically prioritizes wildlife resilience as it sits in a woodland. The resiliency can be seen throughout the architecture at various scales, such as the building geometry, material, and surrounding landscape. These innovative strategies allow the home to integrate into the land while still providing refuge and shelter.