Creating simple yet multi-layered connections between natures wetlands, a forested site, and an award winning modern home design.
Beyond the gentle wetlands and wooded landscape of pine and birch trees, sits an interesting collection of linear geometric structures near a winding driveway and private courtyard. Dry stacked bluestone retaining walls mark the entrance of the twin geometric forms of this fascinating home, garage and nearby sauna made of black concrete block and reclaimed cypress wood siding. Simple materials and the quiet color palette, enhance the modernity of the home’s exterior and interior living spaces. Clutter free stylish interiors of concrete, stone and fir wood flooring compliment the dual stairs overlooking the Valcucine kitchen. Massive windows, private upper decks and paved terraces welcome nature at every turn. An extensive motor cycle collection display in the museum – like large garage, functions as a perfect entertaining space for everyday or special gatherings. Call today for an informational meeting, tour or portfolio review.
BUILDER: Streeter & Associates
ARCHITECT: David Salmela Architects