Today I have one more lakefront eye-candy for you, and this is a lakefront weekend home in Massachusetts by Taylor and Miller Architecture and Design. The house is an abstract composition of volumes and forms. A single stacked timber wall serves as both the retaining wall for the landscape and as the primary enclosure for the home. A more sculptural volume is hollow and is topped with a skylight. It brings natural light to an entry vestibule on the lower level. The lower level contains two bedrooms, a living room, dining room, kitchen, foyer and garage. The designers used hot-rolled steel in the kitchen, rusted steel for a stair, and plywood for the skylight.