Tack Barn, a former ranch building is transformed by Faulkner Architects to provide a minimalist living space for family of four in Glen Ellen, California
North of San Francisco, in Glen Ellen, a less populated part of the California wine country, the culture has been based on agriculture and was named for an original winery. Jack London made this his permanent home here in the early 1900s. Drawn by the land, London believed in the redemptive qualities of rural life. Less than an hour from the City,...
Glen Ellen, Sonoma, California, USA
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