Creekside House  San Mateo County, California  The simple shed roof, natural wood siding and crisp metal windows of this house epitomize the characteristics of the California modern style. Set along a creek on the rural San Mateo coast, an awkward, undistinguished house was dramatically re-imagined through the reconfiguration of the building’s form, replacement of the exterior materials, the addition of new outdoor living spaces and the thoughtful integration with a new meadow and gardens.       Contractor :  Tom McCaffrey    Landscape Architect :  Scott Lewis Landscape Architecture    Lighting Designer :  Illuminosa    Photographers :  Joseph DeLeo & Sharon Risedorph

Creekside House
San Mateo County, California

The simple shed roof, natural wood siding and crisp metal windows of this house epitomize the characteristics of the California modern style. Set along a creek on the rural San Mateo coast, an awkward, undistinguished house was dramatically re-imagined through the reconfiguration of the building’s form, replacement of the exterior materials, the addition of new outdoor living spaces and the thoughtful integration with a new meadow and gardens.

 

Contractor:  Tom McCaffrey
Landscape Architect:  Scott Lewis Landscape Architecture
Lighting Designer:  Illuminosa
Photographers:  Joseph DeLeo & Sharon Risedorph

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