Moss Tree Way Residence

The Moss Tree Way Residence is a contemporary craft-oriented design that is set within the backdrop of an existing 5000 square foot Mediterranean home located at the base of the foothills in the Pleasanton valley region. The design intention was to keep the a majority of the existing home’s details and basic design vocabulary while simultaneously “grafting” a new layer of contemporary design features that together form a distinct new architectural language for the home.

Each space, including the entry, living room, dinning room, main corridor and family room, have a floor, ceiling and wall elements that uniquely introduce a level of handicraft to the interior. The floor uses custom contemporary hand-knotted Tibetan rugs to define an area of activity. Fine contemporary furniture infuses a flavor of the new within the space while establishing a connection to other contemporary objects within the space. Like the Tibetan made rugs, the wood framed ceiling canopies define an area's activity. These ceiling elements utilize a variety of materials that include mortise and tenon oak frames, rift cut oak, zebra wood and cork in-fill panels. In some frame locations raw branches are used to accentuate a connection to the natural landscape in its rustic form. Paper lantern boxes are dropped within the frames to softly illuminate the space. The walls have a number of treatments that encompass the accent walls of Ventian plaster, the fireplace mantel and wall where oiled bronze, polished concrete and a zebra wood panel enclosure create an elegant connection between floor and ceiling and millwork items such as an entertainment unit with a polished concrete base elements, wood panels with concealed hardware and door pulls and integrated lighting that again link the a language of modern craft to the floor and ceiling.
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