Scott Landry recently went on a site visit to a newly completed custom home in California snow country (built with modular technology). While there, he shot these terrific candid photos of the house showing the stunning mixture of the Cor-ten weathering steel (love the low maintenance factor of Cor-ten, and how it quietly nestles into the landscape) and cedar plank siding (also low maintenance and perfectly attuned to the surrounding landscape). When we saw these photos we just couldn’t wait to share them with all of you – enjoy!
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Feb 22, 2010 | 2 Comments
In our practice at Michelle Kaufmann Studio, “thoughtful design” means designing to use less, collaborating with the outdoors, using techonology to improve quality while reducing quantity, and designing for longevity, flexibility and a joyful living environment. Homes should be built to human scale, using only what is needed, but remaining open and airy. High ceilings, […]
Oct 29, 2014 | Discuss
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