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Situated in Northern California, the 321 Home was designed by the San Francisco office of Gould Evans. The target was to scale back the environmental impression on the lot whereas maximizing views of the golf course underneath. In an effort to do this, the volumes have been stacked to create three flooring of dwelling space.
The prime diploma is the dwelling area, which connects to the road by means of a strolling bridge. This diploma is principally a glass subject that provides among the best views to the surface. The diploma beneath that houses the family’s sleeping quarters. This part of the house is roofed in picket panels which presents slightly little bit of privateness and shade from the photo voltaic. The bottom diploma is all about play with direct entry to the surface. It moreover has separate dance and music studios, along with residence workplaces.
Ahhh, that view!
Photographs by John Sutton Images.