Standing within the kitchen of architect Harry Hunt's Stowe home, leaning in opposition t the poured-concrete countertop, you can see nearly every part of the primary ground. there may be the open front room, with a couch, comfortable window seat and lots of books (however no television). There are wrought-iron lights from Hubbardton Forge, which cling from the ceiling and illuminate the primary picket eating room desk. and there's a view in the course of the home windows in any path you care to look.

On the outdoor, Hunt's 2,700-square-foot condo is all corrugated metal and timber, streamlined and chic. It is not just a home for his family of four — wife Stephanie and children Alaena, 13, and Tucker, 10 — but also a model for the type of power-productive constructions "with soul" that Hunt likes to design for his valued clientele.