Residential Design

Vol. 2, 2017

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

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Top: The "agrarian" side of the building provides storage behind a sliding barn door and ladder access to the live roof. Above: The existing pool was given a landscape refresh. Left: Re-milled lumber from the old log house wraps the walls of the master. DESIGN LAB Cloverdale Residence Cloverdale, Calif. ARCHITECT: Mary Griffin, FAIA, Turnbull Griffin Haesloop, San Francisco, Calif. BUILDER: Tim Kennedy, Kennedy Construction, Healdsburg, Calif. LANDSCAPE: Daphne Edwards, Daphne Edwards Landscape Architecture, Berkeley, Calif. PROJECT SIZE: 2,143 square feet SITE SIZE: 7.72 acres CONSTRUCTION COST: Withheld PHOTOGRAPHY: Matthew Millman, Matthew Millman Photography KEY PRODUCTS SIDING: Morin ROOFING: Duratech LIVING ROOF: American Hydrotech WINDOWS: Blomberg Window Systems WINDOW WALL SYSTEM: NanaWall HVAC: Daikin air-to-water pump COUNTERTOPS: IceStone WOODBURNING STOVE: Rais DOOR HARDWARE: Baldwin COOKTOP/OVENS: Dacor DISHWASHER: Bosch REFRIGERATOR/FREEZER: Miele WINE REFRIGERATOR: Miele FANS: Modern Fan Co. OUTDOOR GRILL: Wolf PIZZA OVEN: Mugnaini FAUCETS/FITTINGS: Franke, Cifial SINKS: Franke, Duravit TOILETS: TOTO OUTDOOR SHOWER: Calazzo LIGHTING: IRiS Lighting through the porch, eliminating the need for extra circulation space. A bathroom between them has a shower that either bedroom can use, and one bedroom has a dedicated full bathroom with a tub. As open and airy as the rear elevation is, the main entry side is hunkered down and protected, sporting a living roof like a scruffy head of hair. Its wildness contrasts smartly with the restrained geometry of the COR-TEN-and-cedar fa├žade. Those re-milled logs add considerable warmth to the steel, and a horizontal motion to bal- ance the vertical corrugation. "The owner really likes COR-TEN," says Mary. "This is the north entry, so we kept fenestration to a minimum and focused outward." This is a weekend house for now, just 1.5 hours away from the owners' fulltime residence. But it's close enough to "get you out of the summertime fog and into a pleasant summer atmosphere," says Mary. "It's an easy place to go up to for lunch on the deck." And a glass or two of fine Alexander Valley wine, to be sure. Maybe everyone should just stay the night. 62 RESIDENTIALDESIGNMAGA ZINE.COM VOL. 2, 2017

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