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Home of glass and stone

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The imposing Coastlands House was especially developed by Carver + Schicketanz for a retired couple in Big Sur, California, USA. The majestic oaks located on the site dominate the neighboring landscape and direct the views towards the Pacific coast to the West.

According to the architects: "a massive stone base connects the structure to the uphill slope, contrasting with the lighter steel and glass elements of the home. The large glass stacking sliders open to the patios beyond – providing great cross ventilation and a seamless connection to the outdoors".


 Coastlands House

Coastlands House

 Coastlands House

Coastlands House

 Coastlands House

Coastlands House

 Coastlands House

Coastlands House

 Coastlands House

Coastlands House

 Coastlands House

Coastlands House

 Coastlands House

Coastlands House

 Coastlands House

Coastlands House

 Coastlands House

Coastlands House

 Coastlands House

Coastlands House

 Coastlands House

Coastlands House

 Coastlands House

Coastlands House

 Coastlands House

Coastlands House

 Coastlands House

Coastlands House

Tags: house oak California Coastlands House Carver + Schicketanz majestic glass landscape structure stone architecture
Posted by creoflick 4 years, 3 months ago from: http://www.carverschicketanz.com/

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