The house and its guest house are a composition of iconic shed volumes sited between Highway 1 to the East and the end of a cul-de-sac to the West. The Eastern façade lends a sense of privacy and protection from the highway, with a smaller entrance, high windows, and thickened wall. The exposed framing of the thickened wall creates a floor to ceiling feature for books in the living room. The Western façade, with large glass barn doors and generous windows, opens the house to the garden, The Sea Ranch, and the ocean beyond. Connecting the two façades, an enclosed central porch serves as a dual entrance and favorite gathering space. With its pizza oven and easy indoor/outdoor connections, the porch becomes an outdoor kitchen, an extension of the main living space, and the heart of the house.
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I love this concept It is brilliant for avid readers - What are the bookcases made out of and what budget are we talking about. Thank you PLyotier »
El librero adaptado denla pared, el hecho de que el mismo librero también se puede usar como aparato de televisión para una sala y también se puede observar que hay una barra con un "lavaverduras" (ósea que ahí atrás hay también una cocina).