Straight-forward architectural strategies provide layers of prospect and refuge that transform an unremarkable suburban tract into a refuge beloved by the Owner and her three canine companions. Low-fired Mexican brick, stained pine ceilings, and engineered lumber beams provide continuity from inside to out, while defining implied exterior spaces. Tile and cabinetry finishes provide textural refinement and a high degree of detail and craftsmanship. The overall effect of quiet refinement and sophistication is intensified by the 'exuberance' of neighboring homes.
2,623 GSF, new construction
Project Architect: John Pearcy, AIA
Photos by Documentación Arquitectónica