The iconic Redwood Forests of California provide a stunning backdrop to several holiday homes and cabins scattered across its vast expanse. Bringing together this charming wilderness with a sense of timelessness and modern comfort is the that has been redesigned by Framestudio to host a family of six with ease.
Pops of color have been introduced throughout the house with yellow blue and orange making an appearance. But the backdrop remains neutral and elegant with white and wood shaping it in various rooms.
In the bedrooms partitions that can be tucked away when not in use help create privacy whenever necessary while pullout beds and bunk beds maximize the available square footage.
On the outside one finds a shower area along with a sauna and a firepit and this space feels like a natural extension of the interior. With the neighboring home containing a tree designated as an ‘exceptional tree’ by the city the architects took all the care in the world to ensure the structure did it absolutely no damage whatsoever. A perfect escape if there ever was one!
Transforming an unruly and wild backyard into a sensational and polished hangout that also comes with a spacious deck firepit and sauna Board & Vellum Architecture and Design altered this modern dramatically. The homeowners wanted to turn their backyard covered with vegetation into a that could also host friends and family when needed.
The delineation of space is clear and yet a common style and color scheme links the entire home. White is the color of choice inside with a dark black band and wooden trims providing the visual accents.
The exquisite private home designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson moves away from the mundane with an entrance pathway that meanders through the house and connects the front yard with the rear pool and the deck.
The transformation is neither drastic nor revolutionary. It is smart sensible and incorporates the rich past of the house into its present form – the reason why this cabin seems so very special!