Oddity in the Forest is a passive solar house I designed in undergraduate architecture school. The Oddity sits back on the site, tucked away in the dense foliage of the forest. It peaks out, a strange angular creature in the midst of the soft curves found in nature. Its facade peeling away to reveal the structure underneath, much like a tree and its bark. Its only access, a bridge that spans across the steep slope of the site. It is as much an art piece as it is a home.