Set in the Santa Cruz Mountains in Northern California, this farmhouse residence was designed by Cass Calder Smith (CCS) Architecture for a San Francisco couple with six children. The home is grounded in the landscape of an expansive twenty-acre site, located just inland from the beach town of Aptos on a steep bluff.
About Dynamic Fenestration
This author has not written his bio yet.
But we are proud to say that Dynamic Fenestration contributed 8 entries already.
Entries by Dynamic Fenestration
One of the most prominent push features in the design of the home is its bay windows, supplied by Dynamic Fenestration. These floor-to-ceiling custom wood windows are found throughout the home on every level, pushing out key interior spaces and pulling in landscaped courtyards, green roofs, and park views.
Designed by Olson Kundig architects and constructed by Bear Mountain Builders, the house was meant to embrace its natural environment in a way that allowed the family to experience the setting almost like they were still camping.
Designed by the architects of Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, this elongated single-level home is the second residence on the family’s farmland estate in rural Pennsylvania. The first residence was built some fifty years earlier and was, interestingly, designed by the same architects.
Just outside of Aspen, Colorado, where a small creek runs into the Roaring Fork River and a quiet street follows the riverbank, there is an extraordinary new residence constructed by local builders, Koru Limited, and designed by local architects and interior designers at Forum Phi.
Overlooking the city of Austin, Texas, this new residence for a former professional golfer was designed by the architects of Olson Kundig.
Nestled in the forest northwest of Lake Tahoe, this character home features sleek rooflines, a massive wooden pivot door and amazing views of the Northstar Ski Slopes.
Situated on the hills above Lake Okanagan, this winery was designed to interact with two key physical elements: the topography of the land and the flow of gravity, which is vital to the winemaking process.