1/2
Info
 

Marin


Location/ Marin, California

Architect/ Jensen Architects

Built/ 2013

Awards/ International Design Awards 2013 Honorable Mention

Published/
San Francisco Magazine, January 2015
Hauser, August 2014
Wallpaper*, April 2014

About/ A plinth and a pavilion. Nestled into the hillside, the long, solid plinth contains the private rooms of the house. Atop this plinth sits a transparent living and dining pavilion that opens up completely for access to the outdoor decks, pool patio and expansive views to Mount Tamalpais and the bay. An elegant structural solution allows the views to be uninterrupted by perimeter sheer walls. The majority of the site is left undeveloped with its forest of native oaks intact.


 
 
1/2
Info
 

Tahoe


Location/ Martis Camp, Tahoe, California

Architect/ Ward-Young Architecture

Designer/ Nickey · Kehoe

Built/ 2014


 
 
1/2
Info
 

Menlo Park


Location/ Menlo Park, California

Architect/ Dumican Mosey Architects

Built/ 2010

Published/ California Home+Design May/June 2011

Info/ “By no means is ‘fuzzy modern’ an official architecture term, it’s an attitude toward materiality and livability that embraces texture, warmth, lightness and a connection to the outdoors.”  – Matthew Mosey

 


 
 
1/2
Info
 

Margarido


Location/ Oakland, California

Architect/ Onion Flats

Built/ 2009

Published/ California Home+Design September 2008, as well as several international publications in Australia, China, Dubai and India.

Info/ The Margarido House is a LEED Platinum home.  It is 55 percent more energy efficient than California’s Title 24 energy standards. The home features extensive green building components such as eco-friendly siding, a planted green roof garden and deck, on-site rain and ground water reclamation, in-floor hydronic heating, and solar electric and solar thermal systems.


 
 
1/2
Info
 

Sonoma


Location/ Sonoma, California

Architect/ De Meza + Architecture

Built/ 2012


 
 
1/2
Info
 

Hollywood


Location/ Los Angeles, California

Architect/ Paul Laszlo

 


 
 
1/2
Info
 

Honolulu


Architect/ Vladimir Ossipoff

Built/ 1955

Info/ Designed by Vladimir Ossipoff, the Liljestrand House is recognized as an outstanding example of mid-twentieth century Hawaiian modern architecture.

Mr. Ossipoff’s designs are known for seamless integration of building and site, elegant orchestration of circulation, clever management of views, and creative mix of modern and natural materials.


 
 
1/2
Info
 

Hillside


Location/ Mill Valley, California

Architect/ SB Architects

Built/ 2009

Published/ EcoHome Summer 2011, Deco Estillo June 2011, ArtTravel December 2012

Info/ Designed by owner/architect Scott Lee, The Hillside House is LEED-H Platinum certified.


 
 
1/2
Info
 

St. Helena


Location/ St. Helena, California

Designer/ Erin Martin

Published/  California Home+Design September/October 2011

Info/ A “bullet-proof” guest house in Napa Valley, with a floor made from discarded scaffolding boards, rough-hewn beams and concrete sinks and counters.


 
 
1/2
Info
 

Hillsborough


Location/ Hillsborough, California

Designer/ Geremia Design

Built/ 2011


 
 
1/2
Info
 

Orinda


Location/ San Francisco, California

Architect/ projectNORTH

Built/ 2009


 
 
1/2
Info
 

San Francisco


Location/ San Francisco, California

Architect/ Corlette & Spackman


 
 
1/2
Info
 

Cupertino


Location/ Cupertino, California

Architect/ Klopf Architecture

Built/ 2011


1
Mont Blanc Pens Mont blanc cufflinks Stylos Mont Blanc Stylos Mont Blanc Pas Cher Mont Blanc kugelschreiber Mont Blanc kugelschreiber starwalker
toms sale links jeans femme http://clicktowards.com/chaussures_tods_france.html