Transformed from a tiny house to a two story, finely crafted bungalow by Holland and Harley, this Kensington house was in need of being grounded on the hill it occupied. Lack of privacy, a herd of deer, little to no flat areas, added to the challenges. In the back, Tim and Lisa designed a large, multilevel deck, creating separate but integrated spaces with a built-in grill, arbors, walls, planters and benches. Casual, winding steps lead you down from the back to the pervious cobblestone driveway below. Along the way you cannot help but slow your pace as you pass through an enchanting columnar stone forest. It is an unusual use of stone, an answer to the penchant the homeowners have for ancient stone arrangements of the British Isles.