A remodel that landed the cover of Luxe Magazine, this family needed a redux to the structurally compromised mid-century. After raising the depressed home almost 5”, the floor to ceiling windows in the small spaces helped focused outward on the views. The interior spaces were left to be jewel boxes. Book matched Koa wood veneers became a backdrop to the kitchen, leather wrapped handrails lace down the stairs, and river rocks purposely divide up the outdoor living space. The home became just as much about grounding the interiors in neutral to contrast the vivid color of the scenic promontory over the Pacific Ocean.
project completed 2012
Interior Design: Hawk & Co.
Architect: Shubin + Donaldson
Contractor: Curtis Quillin, Quillin Construction
Landscape Architect: Dirk Gaudet
Softscape Designer: Big Red Sun
Building Area: 3,050 SF
Photo Credit: John Ellis