ranch home was separated from the dining and living areas by two walls. To gain more storage and create a sense of openness, two banks of custom cabinetry replace the walls. The installation of multiple skylights floods the space with light. The remodel respects the mid-20th century lines of the home
between the home and the Pacific Ocean beyond, this modern dwelling provides a west coast retreat for a young family. Forethought was given to future green advancements such as being completely solar ready and having plans in place to install a living green roof. Generous use of fully retractable window walls
within the home. Thoughtful consideration was given to areas committed to the clients’ hobbies and lifestyle.
photography by www.robcampbellphotography.com
relocating the home's staircase was to create better access to the backyard. As you turn to the right at the landing, another set of stairs leads up to the second floor. "The owners really wanted superclean detailing," notes Griffin of the simple, open stair treads.
Love this home you have built. The steel beams is beautiful! love the use of all materials and the lightness.
I am a landscape designer and working to detail floating steps over a pond. So instead of concrete we are using 3" jet mist granite slabs (2'x5')...trying to figure out the minimum overhang over