The clients desired a contemporary home with an open floor plan that takes advantage of the spectacular views from their property while embracing indoor-outdoor living. They wanted to explore a modern vernacular that would incorporate soft curves and work with various materials and texture. In response to their request a warm and unique façade was created by using curved walls of Amalfi limestone and orthogonal walls of Western red cedar. These materials were also implemented in architectural elements such as clerestories and distinctive curved ceilings with rhythmic braces for support.
In the interior, sliding glass doors open the two-story great room to the covered loggia, creating transparency to the outdoors. The residence takes advantage of the sloped site with rooms on both levels featuring glassed openings to allow the flow of natural light and to open to the views beyond. An outdoor cast glass staircase connects the upper and lower levels of this home. The water from the upper-level spa cascades to the pool below, concealing a hidden grotto. Nestled into the hillside, the recreation room and gym open onto another covered loggia and to the custom fire pit and infinity-edge lap pool.
Architect/Designer | Landry Design Group
Builder | Peter McCoy Construction
Land Planner | Landry Design Group Inc.
Landscape Architect/Designer | Stephen Billings Landscape Architecture
Interior Designer | The Wiseman Group
Photographer | Roger Davies