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Injecting a dose of mid-century California modernism to the Rocky Mountain West, Tengoku Residence embraces the natural terrain of Jackson Hole in an unexpectedly modern way. Diverging from the mountain modern style typical of the region, the design of the 4,739-square-foot vacation home was inspired by the owner couple’s shared love of Japanese Ze...
Project name
Tengoku Residence
Architecture firm
CLB Architects
Location
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Photography
Matthew Millman (winter), John Ellis (summer)
The Portola Valley Barn is a dynamic space, separate from an existing main residence, designed for large-scale entertaining as well as relaxation. Reminiscent of the tin-roofed, weathered rural vernacular of the picturesque surroundings, the compound comprises three primary structures—a spacious home office, a home theater and a luxurious guest sui...
Project name
Portola Valley Barn
Architecture firm
Walker Warner Architects
Location
Portola Valley, California, USA
Photography
Matthew Millman
Situated alongside a lava flow dating from 1801 on the leeward coast of Hawaii, this 10,361-square-foot residence was designed as a modern interpretation of indigenous island architecture and a way to connect the occupants to nature, the region, and its culture. Rather than orienting the house directly to the view, the home’s living spaces are set...
Project name
Kohala Coast Residence
Architecture firm
de Reus Architects
Location
The Big Island, Hawaii, USA
Photography
Matthew Millman
The clients desired a versatile, informal family home centered on a bright, day-lit main room that could comfortably accommodate a range of uses as well as objects, furniture and pictures.
Project name
Lucent Modern
Architecture firm
Buttrick Projects Architecture+Design
Location
Mill Valley, California, USA
Photography
Matthew Millman
Hale Nukumoi is the quintessential Hawaiian beach retreat: open and casual—the opposite of fussy. Set amidst mature palm trees, the complex is ready-made for family and friends. Composed of a main house and guest house, the site features a large yard and pool, as well as beach access. An indoor/outdoor lifestyle is exemplified by the home’s airy de...
Project name
Hale Nukumoi
Architecture firm
Walker Warner Architects
Location
Kauai, Hawaii
Photography
Matthew Millman
The structures are simple and straightforward, reminiscent of the ranches, farms and vineyards that typify the Anderson Valley north of San Francisco. The hillside setting is populated with oaks and madrone trees. The siting of the house strikes a balance between taking advantage of views while also avoiding the ambient noise from a nearby road.
Project name
Blue Oaks Residence
Architecture firm
Richard Beard Architects
Location
Geyserville, Sonoma County, California, USA
Photography
Matthew Millman
The Queen’s Lane Pavilion is the fifth project that CLB Architects has designed for one family on the same property over a 25-year period. The compound of buildings represents the evolution of the family’s developing design aesthetic from the first structure, a traditional log home, to the most recent, a steel and glass pavilion.
Project name
Queen’s Lane Pavilion
Architecture firm
CLB Architects
Location
Jackson, Wyoming, USA
Photography
Matthew Millman
This 1950s-era house was long in need of an upgrade and expansion to capitalize on otherwise ‘good bones’ and to satisfy the needs of a family with young children. A kitchen remodel was the first problem to tackle.
Project name
Hazel Road
Architecture firm
Buttrick Projects Architecture + Design
Location
Berkeley, California, USA
Photography
Cesar Rubio, Matthew Millman (Kitchen), Buttrick Projects A+D (Stair window)