House for an Artist  Alameda County, California  Inspired by the simplicity of New England colonials, this house is a collaborative creative endeavor envisioned by the owner as a home for her family. As an artist, she applied her finely-tuned sensibilities for an aesthetic that embodied a delicate balance between order and casualness. Finish selections were pared down to a precisely palette, construction details were developed to present an honesty of materials and craft, and systems were selected for sustainability and health. This house achieved LEED Platinum certification.   
  
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         Contractor : McCutcheon Construction    Interiors : Sherry Williamson Design    Landscape Architect : Scott Lewis Landscape Architecture    Photographer : David Wakely copyright 2015

House for an Artist
Alameda County, California

Inspired by the simplicity of New England colonials, this house is a collaborative creative endeavor envisioned by the owner as a home for her family. As an artist, she applied her finely-tuned sensibilities for an aesthetic that embodied a delicate balance between order and casualness. Finish selections were pared down to a precisely palette, construction details were developed to present an honesty of materials and craft, and systems were selected for sustainability and health. This house achieved LEED Platinum certification.

 

Contractor: McCutcheon Construction
Interiors: Sherry Williamson Design
Landscape Architect: Scott Lewis Landscape Architecture
Photographer: David Wakely copyright 2015

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