Sea Ranch, California – Turnbull Griffin Haesloop
Built area: 1,030 sq. ft. house, 550 sq. ft. guest house (95 m2 + 51 m2)
Year completed: 2007
Photography: David Wakely
A pleasant mix of simplicity, atmosphere, timber hues and the view make this home a special place. The whole is further enhanced by the natural landscape which has been complemented with careful planting in the Japanese style.
From the architect:
The site for this small Sea Ranch house is edged with mature evergreen trees and opens to a meadow with views out to the Pacific Ocean. The clients wanted an understated, flowing house that captured their love of Japanese simplicity. Our solution starts with a vernacular barn form and carves away to shape an exterior octagonal deck that opens to the meadow and the view. A continuous band of windows and doors follow the outline of the cutout to capture the panoramic views. Cedar ceilings and sheetrock walls create a clean minimalist interior, and the window wall features exposed wood framing and structural steel.
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