A neutral material palette of natural stone, cedar accents and white walls help create consistency as indoor and outdoor spaces flow together without distracting from the lush natural environment surrounding the home. Finish materials, custom millwork and furnishings were all drawn and selected by the team to add textural layers to the project, emphasizing programmatic organization and contribute to the clean, minimal aesthetic.
The poured-in-place concrete of the home’s massing is skinned with white stucco which establishes the primary tone and texture for all other elements to play off of. The white stucco creates a seamless relationship with the interior white walls which allows the contrasting cedar walls and soffits to flow between indoor to outdoor spaces.
The residence is currently approaching the end of phase 01 of construction which will allow the homeowners to occupy the home during the winter months. However, a second phase of construction will complete some of the larger design elements, like the second-story plunge pool. Completion of phase 02 is expected in late 2019.