In many ways the landscape at The Waterfall House occupies center stage. The home was carved by views of the surrounding landscape while the home was built around a beautiful outdoor space that allows the natural environment to flow into the daily life of the interior. Water, stone, and vegetation are the essential elements of the central outdoor space. Multiple water features bring the space to life and connect the various areas of the home. The many ways the central outdoor space flows inside as an active part of the interior experience of the home are direct examples of architecture’s ability to encourage routine engagement with nature.