Once David purchased the property and received a building permit, the first step in the construction process commenced: demolition and excavation.
Floor-to-ceiling glass windows and recessed blinds necessitated inventive framing solutions.
Glass plays a key role in modern architecture.
Stone, wood, copper – using natural resources on the exterior of the home was crucial in achieving the warmth and familiarity in the modern design.
The kitchen, dining area and family room make up the great room.
David’s House only has one fireplace.
“In this design, I am most proud of what is not noticed — the fact that this very special structure and the natural landscape are one.