DUST Architects’ - Marfa Suite in The New York Times
Completed winter 2020, the Marfa Suite located in Marfa, Texas was featured in the August 10, 2021 story “How Do You Add On to the Perfect Small House? You Don’t.” in The New York Times.
In the end, they arrived at a stand-alone primary suite made from compressed earth-and-cement blocks that are similar to adobe but can withstand the elements without a coating of mud or plaster. Inside, the space is carved up into a bedroom, a generous bathroom and a lounge that includes a long desk at a window as an inspirational place to work from home.
“We’ll see the moon and stars at night, and it does really connect you,” he said.
“You’re one with the landscape.”