The metal roof of this woodland house in the US state of Arkansas is pinched in the middle so its shape resembles a bowtie (+ slideshow).
Aptly named Bowtie House, the home was designed by local firm deMx Architecture for an elderly couple who receive regular visits from their children and grandchildren.
It is located in the Ozark Mountains, near the eastern edge of Fayetteville, on a heavily wooded 9.75-acre (3.95-hectare) site.
The long, thin structure straddles the sloping terrain and is split over three levels. Its roof is lowest in the middle, then angles upward and outwards at both ends to create higher ceilings and larger windows.

Trenton H. Cotney
Florida Bar Certified Construction Lawyer
Trent Cotney, P.A. 
407 N. Howard Avenue
Suite 100
Tampa, FL 33606

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