this is a major reconstruction of a badly deteriorated mid-century house in the oakland hills. The house was stripped down to its foundation, upgraded seismically, reconfigured with a new kitchen and baths. design: Anderson & Anderson
Double-height ceilinged living room. Divided into two seating and entertaining areas. White walls, white leather sectional, and colorful pillows in fuschia, copper, and teal. Divano più cuscini - francesca_levantino
This new 6400 s.f. two-story split-level home lifts upward and orients toward unobstructed views of Windy Hill. The deep overhanging flat roof design with a stepped fascia preserves the classic modern lines of the building while incorporating a Zero-Net Energy photovoltaic panel system. From start to finish, the construction is uniformly energy efficient and follows California Build It Green guidelines. Many sustainable finish materials are used on both the interior and exterior, including recycled old growth cedar and pre-fabricated concrete panel siding.
From KUBE Architecture:
"They [owners] wanted a house of openness and light, where their children could be free to explore and play independently, still within view of their parents. The solution was to create a courtyard house, with large sliding glass doors to bring the inside out and outside in."
Greg Powers Photography
DAVID LAUER PHOTOGRAPHY Foto di una scala a "U" moderna di medie dimensioni con pedata in legno e alzata in legno Come si vede lateralmente la scala con alzata e pedata rivestita, e pareti bianche - andrea_masiero
The light wood flooring continues throughout the house and a similar wood was added on the wall going up stairs. This continuity provides unity through the house.
Tim Murphy/FotoImagery.com muro scala - studiotecnicomarra
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