New York architects Gluck+ designed this stunning lake house in Adirondack, New York, surrounded by nature and actually, covered in it with a grassy rooftop garden concealing it within its earthy surroundings. The house really sank in the earth but despite the fact its facade fronting the lake floods interiors with lots of natural light and breathtaking views. The residence interior is a cool combination of contemporary and earthy, and glazed facades let nature in. The edge between the building and the natural shape of the land emerges and recedes with the geometry of the two buildings. Sliding wood screens lend privacy to interiors without compromising the view, while concealing the house among the trees.