Saturday, December 11, 2010

Single Family House | Wine Country Retreat | Napa County | California | Pfau Long Architecture

Located just above the Silverado Trail in Napa County, California the design was developed in response to two different desires by the owner: the desire for retreat, privacy and intimacy, and the desire for an elegant place to entertain friends. The home responds to its rural surroundings in its straightforward siting, simple materials, and integration of indoor and outdoor living. Hovering cedar wood clad boxes are anchored by a lower main volume of cement stucco. A plunge pool at the end of the living space is the perfect foreground to the stunning panoramic views of the Napa Valley beyond. Anchored by a glass stair volume, the Media/Wine Room floats above the entry to the house, and is sectionally suspended between living and sleeping levels with the house. Site amenities include a detached garage and guest house, large jacuzzi and an outdoor shower, 5,000 bottle wine cellar, and a few carefully placed tent cabins for truly “roughing it”.....more
Project Details

Project Type: Single-Family
Square Footage:4,000 GSF
Architects:Peter Pfau, AIA, LEED AP
Designers:David Yama
Chris Tymoff
Kory Bieg
Photographic Credits:Matthew Millman

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