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Rammed Earth House
Kendle Design Collaborative
A modest single story hillside home designed for a family wishing to downsize and simplify.
MARK DZIEWULSKI ARCHITECT
The house is a combination of flexible living space, art studio and gallery.
Santa Ynez House
Fernau & Hartman
The clients, one of whom is a working visual artist, are serious art collectors and former gallery owners. They wante
New Fork Social Club Residence
Carney Logan Burke Architects
The client, recently relocated from Chicago, wanted a very simple and traditional log cabin home on an open site encircled by a pond and the New Fork River
Surber Barber Choate & Hertlein Architects
RUNYON CANYON HOUSE
Mike Jacobs Architecture
The siting for this project emerged as a negotiation between the existing 1950’s post & beam house, the steep terrain, the L.A. Hillside Zoning Codes, and a beloved California Sycamore.
West Marin Residence
Turnbull Griffin Haesloop
Nestled on a knoll top within an expansive West Marin ranch, this compound creates a gathering place for an extended family.
Aidlin Darling Design
Analogous to a well considered garment, the design for this house rigorously pursued aesthetic, structural, and performative considerations; like clothing, it modulates exposure of the body to the environment around it.
Hover House 3
Glen Irani Architects
Situated on the Venice Canals of Los Angeles, California, Hover House 3 represents the third in the architects’ Hover House series.
Bruce Bolander Architect
2800 sq. ft., 3 Bedroom home in Newport Beach, CA.
Old Bernal House
One of the oldest houses in San Francisco’s Bernal Heights neighborhood, this 1860’s cottage sat in disrepair for years.
Studio 9 One 2
Space International Inc.
Confronted with dramatic city views, and canyon wilderness, this custom hillside residence lifts from the ground plane to fold into a new second story switchback housing a media room and master suite.
To reconnect an erratic San Francisco home to its striking landscape, light, and views and transform its confusing program with a new modernist aesthetic.
Ward + Blake Architects
The site for this residence is steeply sloping from the entry level to the terrace level at the rear of the house.