Stunning home in California wine country opens up to the outdoors


Healdsburg I / Feldman Architecture

Feldman Architecture's lovely House in Healdsburg grasps the outside with vast rotating dividers that obscure the limits amongst all around. Made in a joint effort with Arterra Landscape Architecture, the undertaking contains a 2,100-square-foot primary home and a 850-square-foot guesthouse.

 Made to feel like an outside structure amidst Sonoma wine nation, the House in Healdsburg was worked for a couple with an affection for the outside and engaging. In this manner, custom carport style glass dividers were introduced around the open-design basic territory, which contains the living zone, lounge area, and kitchen. The operable coated dividers can likewise be found in the media room and main room in the opposite wing.

The advanced home's solid ground surface and dark steel parts give it a mechanical feel that is tempered by dim recolored cedar siding and low stone scene dividers. The guesthouse, found a short leave, is a littler elucidation of the principle house.

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