About the Project

The clients imagined a rock house with cut stone accents and a steep roof with French and English influences; an asymmetrical house that spread out to fit their broad building site.

We designed the house with a shallow, but rambling footprint to allow lots of natural light into the rooms.

The interior is anchored by the dramatic but cozy family room that features a cathedral ceiling and timber trusses. A breakfast nook with a banquette is built-in along one wall and is lined with windows on two sides overlooking the flower garden.

Photography: Joey Kammerer and Dale Dibello