The New York Times profiled "natural builder" SunRay Kelley on Thursday with a focus on his seven-house compound in Sedo-Woolley, which includes a hermit's hut, a 17-foot wooden Jesus and a yoga studio with a pink doorway that resembles female genitalia.
The oft-barefoot architect has a simple motto. He wants "to try to help people reconnect to nature through my architecture." Let's take a look at his work around Washington State and find out what that looks like.
The 60-year-old Kelley's work will be featured on an episode of "Home Strange Home," on HGTV on Dec. 7.
· An Ungated Community [New York Times]