Residential Design

Vol 1, 2018

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

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Passing through the portal, a framed scene of lawn and house entices. Once on the other side, the full breadth of the house unfurls like a fan toward the mountain, with majestic board-formed concrete-and-glass walls and great swooshes of covered walkways. Along the lawn, a series of oculae protrude from the ground. Sculptural and practi- cal, they perform different purposes: one merely services mechanicals; one is open to the elements, allowing snow and rain to drip down into the hot tub below; and a third contains a light tube, ushering daylight into the wine cellar. "They're like Corbu's light cannons. The sun is directed right on the center line of the cannon. In the cellar, there's a spot of light on the floor that's at a perfect angle on the summer solstice," says Robert. "It happens around 3 p.m.," David adds, "which is not a bad time of day for a bot- tle of wine when you're on vacation." The wine room is on the lower level, along with a recreation room, secondary bedrooms, exercise room, Clockwise from top right: Only a drone can capture the dramatic sweep of the monumental house and landscape. By contrast, the master bedroom is a quiet, zen-like space. Lighting is concealed in the folds of the Doug fir headboard. The infinity-edge pool was blasted into the rock ledge by an explosive artist. 53 VOL. 1, 2018 RESIDENTIALDESIGNMAGA ZINE.COM

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