The modified Mid Century Modern design uses a classic L shape to pull in the wonderful views and landscapes, eliminate wasted hall space, and increase privacy, with no shared bedroom or bathroom walls.
The Home as Refuge
Frank Lloyd Wright said that human scale and natural materials make a house livable, and that people are drawn to the intimate corners of a home rather than over sized formal rooms.
Spaces are open connected and flow together yet provide nooks and private crannies throughout the home.
Thousands of feet of “vertical grain clear fir” trim and built-ins and natural stonework add warmth and character to the interior.
All wall sconces and ceiling lights are controlled by dimmers, as are numerous electrical outlets in the living room and master, allowing table an floor lighting to be adjusted according to mood.
The home is can be configured in a endless variety of ways.