The structure of the home itself is more casual in its ambiance with Cor-ten steel and Douglas Fir being used to combine strength and durability with inviting warmth and minimal maintenance. A series of walkways around the house built over the pond connect it with both the landscape and the guest quarters.
The open living space of the main building flows into the large deck outside and overlooks the lovely natural pond that sits a stone’s throw away. Even the carport and the guest house enjoy unabated views of the scenery outside as sliding glass doors blur the traditional boundaries.
Is one such rare gem that was crafted with care ingenuity and whimsical flair by KNQ Associates as they attempted to blend practicality with the homeowner’s love for art urban aesthetics and life on the street. It is a dashing and dazzling cocktail that surprises you at every turn as it unveils a spectrum of vivacious colors and textures and pays tribute to great artists; all at the same time!
The orientation of the building along with the arrangement of the rooms inside has been carefully planned to make the most of the view on offer while maximizing privacy. Unassuming décor crafted in locally sourced wood and modern aesthetics complete this unique cabin designed to serve the homeowners for generations to come.
California’s Wine Country is about enjoying life at a relaxed pace as you take in the wonderful natural greenery as well as the sights sounds and intoxicating delights of this landscape. Part of this beautiful countryside is the – an elegant and laid-back family getaway that is designed to offers a seamless indoor-outdoor summer living experience.
Glass walls coupled with wooden slats bring with them a sense of privacy without hindering the flow of light while the existing upgraded Victorian house at the front is given a smart facelift. Three bedrooms along with a bathroom are nestled in this part of the house even as the top level holds the master bedroom terrace and a spacious library.
Designed by GO Logic passive solar gain was one of the main aspects of the structural design and this was done without impeding the flow of natural light throughout the residence. Offering unabated views of the Cousins River estuary and the pin forest around it a covered walkway links the main house with the garage.