A study that focuses on enhancing dynamism of the living and lived space through the invitation of spontaneous elements originating of the environment in Appalachia, Virginia, such as reflective properties of water, wind direction and speed, in addition to artificial and natural lighting conditions. Visually, the dynamism is captured in shifting volumes of board-formed concrete volumes highlighted by artificial light as well as shadow conditions, where impressions in the concrete from the wood introduce possibilities of diverse organic growth that ultimately alter the existing form with time. 
The structure resides on a body of water that further enhances the sense of literal self-reflection and infinite geometrical proliferation.