Redmond Lake Residence

In a meadow, within a larger forested location, this home is designed to reach out to the landscape and to allow the landscape to flow in and among the building elements. The quiet design becomes an integral part of the land it was built on. In that way, the building honors the natural setting and the owners deep respect for that land.
entry1
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“clerestory windows” — brobeck1
entry2
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“what about no patio by bedrooms, possibly a few large rocks, one with a stream bubbling from??” — jbuma
exterior pool
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“back of house” — saxhouse
poolhouse
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“patio or no patio beneath master deck?” — jbuma
poolhouse
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“plants to soften” — pholmes
patio fireplace
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“outdoor area fp and grill setup” — Pam Norton
patio and pool
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“Poles” — lmann
patio
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“Concrete around pool” — Ryan Fitzgerald
patio
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“atrium feel with clear floor to ceiling walls and beds outside with cover” — brobeck1
study
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“nice concrete lead out to the yard” — jbuma
pool patio
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“I like the natural plus straight lines in the yard” — jbuma
amein2
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“great kitchen color and feel, clean and modern but not stark” — brobeck1
lk
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“I like how they 'marry' the large cement pieces with smaller concrete squares” — jbuma
lk
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“add second story for this effect? outside great color and trim, boards not clapboard - great. Light” — brobeck1
lk
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“Pavers, walkway and minimalist look” — archisoul
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