Sleepy Hollow Sustainable

The sculptural, sustainable house blends in with the natural setting: The gently curved roofs mimic the rolling hills, and the colors of the exterior materials (stucco, cedar siding, and cement panels) echo the local seasonal colors. All of the living spaces are directly accessible to the outdoors with windows and glass doors framing the dramatic views of the forest and mountains beyond.
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Street-facing (West) Elevation - Photo by Ray Brindley
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South-facing Elevation - Photo by Bob Minkin
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Kitchen - Photo by Laurie E. Friedman, AIA LEED AP
“W & B” — gilyigal
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Living room view to entry - Photo by Laurie E. Friedman, AIA LEED AP
“Stair paint” — Stacy Grabb
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Living room - photo by Bob Minkin
“123” — miladbashiri2013
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View into great room - Photo by Bob Minkin
“Antecomedor” — maneneu
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View into living room and guest/office wing hallway - Photo by Bob Minkin
“leather sofa” — timforest
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Guest bathroom - Photo by Laurie E. Friedman, AIA LEED AP
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View from top of stairway - Photo by Laurie E. Friedman, AIA LEED AP
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Master bath - Photo by Laurie E. Friedman, AIA LEED AP
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South-facing elevation at twilight - Photo by Ray Brindley
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Street-facing elevation - Photo by Laurie E. Friedman, AIA LEED AP
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