We’ve covered out fair share of off-the-grid, picturesque retreats that blend modern architecture with natural surroundings. Few of them impress like Woodhouse 2.0 by Marchi Architects that you see here. Situated in the dense pin oak forest outside Long Island, New York, this circular abode combines everything you want in a multi-floor dwelling that’s as impressive inside as it is minimal when viewed from above. There’s plenty of vertical wood slat cladding, concrete and floor-to-ceiling windows–in other words, everything you want in a bespoke home and office that could double as a villain’s lair–along with a driveway that starts at ground level and continues around to the roof that’s punctuated with skylights / viewing windows / elevator. Inside, you’ll find more wood, plenty of table space, more exposed concrete, sunken loft areas and everything else you need to enjoy your home.