Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
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House on a Hilltop

KKDG collaborated with the building architect in the conceptualization of this unique property. Recognizing that the defined "front yard" - where sun orientation, views to distant mountains and valleys and privacy are best, the use of the site has "flipped". The resultant house and site plan reacts to and accepts the site's physical assets as major determinants of the design. As a result, the house and its exterior spaces are seamless extensions of one another.
Project Year: 2015
Project Cost: $1,500,001 - $2,000,000
Country: United States
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This 60' long lap pool features an infinity edge, a floating pool cover, a built in spa, and a shallow beach area. Views towards the distant Santa Cruz Mountains provide a dramatic backdrop.
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This outdoor cover patio provides a convenient exterior extension from the adjacent Family Room. A gas bbq, pizza oven, sink, ample counter space, a fireplace, ceiling heaters and a tv make this an enjoyable outside room for both family and entertainment purposes.
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