Residential Design

VOL3 2019

A business-to-business magazine focused on the collaborative process and talented work of residential architects and custom homebuilders.

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happened in the saw cutting, so it worked as planned." John, who studied architecture, was passionate about this job despite its chal- lenging logistics, and his enthusiasm was infectious. "It was such a clear concept, and the design is so pure in the modern sense that the structural elements are the decoration," he says. "I brought a lot of subs from Napa, close to a 90-mile drive. Everyone involved wanted to do it; it wasn't just another project." For her part, Amy says she enjoyed the challenge of working for clients who had budgetary discipline, and who didn't want to turn it into a suburban landscape. It sounds like the clients are happy too—at least most of the time. "They love the house, and they have guests who won't leave," she says. Split Rock Springs Ranch Cloverdale, California ARCHITECT: Amy Nielsen and Richard Schuh, Nielsen : Schuh Architects, Sonoma, Calif. BUILDER: John Marsey, Marsey Brothers Construction, Napa, Calif. PROJECT SIZE: 2,331 square feet SITE SIZE: 160 acres STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING: Summit Engineering, Santa Rosa, Calif. CONSTRUCTION COST: Withheld PHOTOGRAPHER: Bruce Damonte Photography KEY PRODUCTS DOOR HARDWARE: KrownLab ENGINEERED LUMBER: Disdero Lumber INSULATION: Duro-Last R-Max INTERIOR LIGHTING: Phillips KITCHEN AND MUDROOM SINK: Blanco KITCHEN BACKSPLASH: AKDO KITCHEN, BATH, AND MUDROOM COUNTERTOPS: Sonoma Cast Stone KITCHEN FAUCETS: KWC LANDSCAPE SHADING: Richards-Wilcox ROOF TRUSSES: Decon USA ROOFING AND CLADDING: Custom-Bilt Metals SHOWER FAUCETS: Hansgrohe STRUCTURAL GLASS: Lamberts LINIT TOILETS: TOTO TUB: Duravit WINDOW SHADING: Hunter Douglas WINDOWS: Western Window Systems 76 RESIDENTIALDESIGNMAGA ZINE.COM VOL. 3, 2019 DESIGN LAB CLIMATE CHAMELEONS

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