“Aising” is a Gaelic word meaning “a vision or dream”. The owners are of Irish decent and had belief that a lake house could become a hub for family and friends to gather and enjoy the natural setting. The central space is a single pavilion enclosing both interior and exterior spaces separated by sliding glass walls which retract into a center stone pylon. The exterior space can be screened off with long span roll down screens. The public pavilion is separated from the sleeping quarters with a limestone wall which slices through the two masses.