This new residential project was designed to serve as a vacation home and hunting camp in Mississippi. It sits on 1,000 acres of land facing a large, man-made lake. The program is aggregated into three major volumes; a central pavilion with living and dining spaces separates a guest wing from the master suite wing. A central corridor connecting all three volumes terminates at either end in cupola-topped vestibules, which focus natural daylight into the home. Throughout the house, highly detailed custom cabinetry and millwork link connecting rooms. The living space that anchors the home was designed with high ceilings and large natural wood trusses that showcase the owners’ extensive taxidermy collection.