The Ramp House

Designed by architect MJ Neal, the Ramp House is a super vertical structure, and gets its name from two long ramps that link the main floors together. The ramps are bisected vertically by a thin book case made up of long rectangular sections with alternating colored panels. The shapes echo the pattern of glass windows that make up the front facade. Bedrooms are located on the entry level, a mid-floor landing between ramps acts as an office, and the common spaces are on the second level, looking out onto treetops of the Bouldin neighborhood.