Old oak planks were used in contrast to the remake of an arched door for this new entry to the garage.
What once was a narrow hallway leading to the 30' living room, was broadened using under-lit acrylic, slate walls and tree trunks.
Slate was scribed carefully to fit the organic edge of the tree trunks.
A hydraulic lift door on tv wall was adorned with walnut blocks to match side walls in both the up and down position.
This detail shows the front of the tv wall door and wall face.
Opposite the tv wall, is a sitting room complete with mossy carpet and large felt stones to lounge on.
Red inserts in curtains complement red walls and cabinets in the room.
A green glass backdrop was used in this small closet, off the dining area, converted into a bar.
The original corner sink allowed for only a view of a column as the focal point. We redesigned it using a free standing counter for admiring the stunning view.
Modern bamboo cabinets with accents of walnut trim and mahogany furnishings contributed to this Japanese inspired kitchen
Shoji style cabinet doors installed with LED back lighting resulted in a dim subtle light effect, when all other lights in the kitchen were off.
Opal metallic tile is made from recycled glass.
Quarter sawn ash was used throughout the master bath sink area.
The air conditioning vents were incorporated into the platform below the sinks.
Tones from the hillside landscape at dusk were used in selecting 15 sizes of 2"tiles.
The tub room allows for showering and rinsing in the traditional Japanese tradition. One floor drain allows for the overflow of the bathtub.
A careful drawing of all tile placement was followed by the tile setter, who was meticulous in his installation.
Open walnut shelving in closets, with access on both sides of the centered bed, allowed for two individual interior designs.
Crooked style shoji panels were made to hide roof from bed view.