Malibu Architectural

Malibu Architectural
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At the end of this hall leading to the loft office, the focal point is the 2nd story window with a view of the 100' giant bamboo.
“Hallway walls” — travileelove
Malibu Arcitectural
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The 2nd bedroom was transformed into the designer's "boutique" closet
“Store closet style” — jewelz97gg
Malibu Architectural
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Architect Frederick Fisher designed the windows throughout this house to be the focus and to represent the "art". The custim sofa designed by Tracy Murdock wraps around so there are gathering ares on both sides. The art glass seashapes on the wall and his Signature Series Giant Anthias in Sea Foam blue designed for Tiffany are by renowned artist Robert Kaindl
“Bamboo” — Jenyffer Ruiz
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In this dining room in an open floorplan home, the focus is on the large picture window with a view of 100' giant bamboo, it is quite a dramatic view at night when it is all lit up. The custom extra large square table is tiled with glass tiles that match the backsplash in the open kitchen. There are benches on 2 sides and chairs on the 3rd side.
“Table” — Jenyffer Ruiz
Malibu Arcitectural
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Tracy Murdock designed the low crackled glass table and low Japanese style double bench chairs in this glass tea room with a stunning ocean view
“cool windows” — Paula Saslow
Malibu Architectural
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In this open floorplan, the kitchen is open to the living and dining rooms revealing a vintage Okeefe & Merit stovetop range and the open shelves
“Dutch doors” — kathylynne
Malibu Architectural
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This home office is a fabulous loft exposed to the high slanted ceilings with a skylight...and an amazing ocen view. The light is constantly changing throught this open room and below as the sun moves from the east to the west.
“Built in wooden desks into the corner” — Alison Clynes
Malibu Arcitectural
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View from the Japanese platform bed
“I like the chairs” — pjbarrett78
Malibu Architectural
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In the entry to designer Tracy Murdock's master bedroom, she displays a re-production of a famous British painting "Flaming June" She had the artist paint her face and a red dress. (The original was orange)
“red and brown” — kginny
Malibu Architectural
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Designer Tracy Murdock truly had a vision with her home; building upon the Asian elements found throughout the home, she completely gutted the upstairs two bedrooms and created a Japanese style master suite with a private balcony. In the master bedroom, the bed which sits on tatami mats was built high upon a mahogany platform to capture the Pacific views and the sound of the wa...More
“alcove doors” — wrdaugherty
Malibu Architectural
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Overall view of the open floor plan showing the interesting lines of the high slanted ceilings with beam and skylight.
“upper window, style of home” — dpetku
Malibu Architectural
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Rear view of Malibu Architectural designed by architect Frederick Fisher
“Plain supporting corbels (is that the term?) for the roof.” — marthamsolomon
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Tracy Murdock's Malibu Architectural home was designed by renowned architect; Frederick Fisher, who built the home using the principles of hillside building, in harmony with Nature, Fisher’s team employed mahogany, copper, textured materials and color to create a new modern idiom, the design shelters all under a great swoop of roof, with huge copper-sheathed eaves that deflect ...More
“love the stucco color love the beams to support overhanging eaves if we do decide to blow it out” — aaronbroyles
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An interesting view of the exterior of the house designed by architect Frederick Fisher
Malibu Architectural
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Malibu Architectural home, stairway to japanese style bedroom
“steps &windows” — southerncher
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