This central section of the house, including the writer's office, was designed to maximize sight lines and provide as much connection through the spaces as possible. This openness was also intended to bring as much natural light as possible into this center portion of the house; typically the darkest
of this central space while the living spaces, a pool cabana, and a view to an adjacent creek form the remainder of the perimeter.
A signature masonry wall gently curves in two places signifying both the primary entrance and the western wall of the pool cabana. An eclectic and vibrant material palette
from a central bank of self-monitoring operations.
New design features included converting a poorly enclosed “porch” into a four-season naturally floodlit sunroom with heated floors, and a bump-out addition that incorporates a new back stair, mud room, family room and master suite. New kitchen cabinetry