Info Source: ArchDaily
Architects: Fernau + Hartman Architects
Location: Santa Ynez, CA, USA
Architectural Team: Richard Fernau, Laura Hartman, Laura Boutelle, Jenee Anzelone, Kate Lydon, Jason Wilkinson, Luc Johnston
Project Year: 2010
Photographs: Richard Barnes & Marion Brenner
Landscape Architect: Pamela Burton & Company
Contractor: Jim Quick, Coastal Builder, Inc.
Mechanical: Lee Falkenstern, LDF Engineering, Inc.
Structural: Craig Dobbs
Civil: Penfield & Smith
Electrical/Lighting: JMPE Electrical Engineering + Lighting Design
In the Santa Ynez Valley in California a beautiful home was designed by architecture firm Fernau & Hartman Architects. Their clients, one of which works as a visual artist and both are avid art collectors and former gallery owners wanted a home that incorporated energy-efficiency as well as a complimenting harmony with the rural landscape and Mediterranean climate of the area. As I’m sure you have noticed above from the significant resources it certainly takes a reputable team to bring projects like this to life. Certainly not like going to a planned neighborhood and just choosing one of three plans. This is custom all the way and the talents of everyone involved certainly show it. The design of the home compliments the surrounding landscape. Well thought out and planned!
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