This project’s parti expresses outward equality for both units by nesting the two households within a single gabled volume. This volume is sheared along the longitudinal axis, which opens spaces perpendicular to the primary grain of the site. These spaces are then utilized as semi-private terraces for each household. A utility wall serves as the fault line along which the halves shear. On the second floor, the bedrooms of the family unit climb over the utility wall and borrow two-story space from the single unit. Similarly, each unit’s double-height living space capitalizes on the ridge, borrowing natural light, views, and direct access to outdoor space.