Situated on a ten-acre plot selected for its extensive sprawl, this residence is organized around a set of destinations - secluded retreats not unlike the clearings carved from the woods when the land was cultivated as a peach orchard years ago. Starting from a central spine extending from the eastern woods to the western swimming pool edge, a series of elongated pavilions are arranged to form an attenuated plan that separates the home's programmatic parts from one another. Attaining privacy through horizontal extension as opposed to solid vertical partitioning allows the pavilions to open wholly onto the environment via expansive panoramic glazing. The central spine furthers this slippage between interior and exterior in its functional transformations -from terrace and pavilion to tree-canopied garden, raised terrace into open dining room, and corridor into grotto-like library - before trailing off into the forest. These transformations are made seamless through the manipulation of a golden grey Minnesotan limestone available in sizes and forms ranging from pebbles to massive monolithic blocks. Consequently, it could be used as slabs for both interior and exterior flooring, as gravel for walks and drives, as a veneer for walls both inside and out, and as sculptural forms in the garden. Where the central spine spaces the home's destinations in plan, the walls - materiality articulates vertical separation in elevation. The pitched rooftops and second story private sleeping quarters are lightly fenestrated and clad in a folded copper siding that will lose its sheen and darken over time. These visually heavy volumes float above the first floor, separated by filigreed walls of steel and glass at the living room and finely spaced vertical cedar channel siding underneath clearstory glazing at the bedrooms. Through this enunciated separation, a distance is implied between upper and lower sections. A final device for dispersing an abundance of household destinations is delivered through programmatic multiplicity. The tools for a single living activity - dining, sleeping, entertaining, et cetera - are provided at multiple points along the central spine and at three different elevations. For example, four distinct cooking and dining experiences are offered: indoors between the living and media rooms, outdoors at the screened porch, poolside under the pavilion canopy, and topside overlooking the west patio. Similarly, three different sleeping environments have been assigned to the house's three floor levels: simple lodge-style rooms for guests, suite complexes for the homeowners, and a lofted bunkroom for younger visitors. Ultimately, a design oriented around destinations offers the possibility of accommodating large family gatherings while attending to each individual's desires. As the crowd breaks down into smaller groups each has its own site for gathering, ideally distanced from one another. When not entertaining, these same spaces offer themselves as havens, each with its own tailored surroundings, to which one may retreat for recreation and repose.