Inventive details and rich materials are used on stunning sites to create the seventeen homes by Tom Kundig that are featured in this book. Kundig, a principal of Seattle-based firm Olson Kundig Architects, demonstrates deep connections to the landscape – spine-tingling connections evident in projects such as Shadowboxx in Washington, Outpost in Idaho and Gulf Islands Cabin in Canada. This image-rich monograph is a follow-up to the 2006 release Tom Kundig: Houses, and is heavy with architectural eye candy. While its bulk is made up of images that tell a story of Kundig’s work, two analytical essays offer readers something more meaty to dig their teeth into. A quick flick to the back reveals a comprehensive chronology of projects and a list of credits for each.