This 2200 sf home, designed by Rick Berry, of Scott Edwards Architecture, is in the heart of the coastal community of Manzanita, Oregon. The structure exemplifies the northwest vernacular, including large overhangs and expanses of glass walls, natural indigenous materials such as concrete, and cedar, and multiple opportunities to enjoy the open floor plan both inside and out. This house looks natural because of its original material that is support the environmental conditions. This house will keep the people warm during the winter season. The wall is transparent so it will make the people inside view the scenery outside. The fence is protecting from wild animal like mouse or fox. This house has some rooms, like living room, toilets, kitchen, bedroom, and also warehouse. The roof is strong to protect the hard rain and big snow in the winter. When it is in the fall season the wind can breeze softly trough the holes in the wall.