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The Atherton pavilions consist of two accessory structures that are richly detailed and intimately connected to the landscape. Identical in footprint, height, and materials, one of the modest 450-square-foot structures serves as an outdoor kitchen and dining area while the other is a multifunctional space, used mostly for meditation and exercise.
Project name
The Atherton Pavilions
Architecture firm
Feldman Architecture
Location
Atherton, California, USA
Photography
Adam Rouse
Twin Peaks Residence is a mid-century San Francisco 1964 house that was remodeled by Feldman Architecture. The house was originally designed by San Francisco architect Albert Lanier (husband of renowned sculptor Ruth Asawa). The house has expansive views of San Francisco and features a fantastic rear garden. This most recent remodel takes the house...
Project name
Twin Peaks Residence
Architecture firm
Feldman Architecture
Location
San Francisco, California
Photography
Joe Fletcher
A hidden jewel in Santa Cruz, Surf House brings a polished bohemian feel right up to the edge of one of the state’s best surf breaks. The clients approached Feldman Architecture to design a family home in an unassuming neighborhood - aware of the feel and scale of the surrounding structures. The clients were well-versed on the nuances of the site a...
Project name
Surf House
Architecture firm
Feldman Architecture
Location
Santa Cruz, California, USA
Photography
Joe Fletcher Photography
An artist and an avid gardener/yoga enthusiast, the Mill Valley Cabins residents were looking to situate their growing retirement pursuits in spaces that would capture the imagination. The steeply sloping site that had long been their home offered seclusion and inspirational views within a woods of impressive pines and redwoods
Project name
Mill Valley Cabins
Architecture firm
Feldman Architecture
Location
Mill Valley, California, USA
Photography
Joe Fletcher
This book situates Feldman Architecture’s work within the northern California design canon and illustrates how the firm’s voice subtly translates across diverse geographies and contexts.
Title
Immersed: The California Houses of Feldman Architecture
Author
Foreword by Aaron Betsky. Introduction by Daniel P. Gregory. Interview by Vladimir Belogolovsky. Collaboration by Roman Alonso, Bernard Trainor, and Brian Groza. Afterword by Jonathan Feldman. Edited by Oscar Riera Ojeda
Category
Architecture, Interior Design
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https://www.oropublishers.com/products/immersed-the-california-houses-of-feldman-architecture
Tucked away in Los Altos Hills, the aptly named Round House is a geometrically unique structure; one of a few similarly shaped homes built in California in the 60s. The clients fell in love with this quirky circular house and initially planned a modest remodel.
Project name
Round House
Architecture firm
Feldman Architecture
Location
Los Altos Hills, California, United States
Photography
Adam Rouse