It is a dream many have but Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney Architects brought it alive for the owner of . A typical Los Angeles home resting on the hillside the house was previously more closed off and offered little in terms of panoramic views.
Surrounded by lush green evergreen and hardwood forest on all sides and presenting a rustic rural backdrop the sight of the in Canada comes as a surprise any unsuspecting visitor. The lean minimal and contemporary home in stone wood and glass seems to barely float above the landscape even as a winding entry leads to the residence with a low profile.
That weekend to Vermont is a trip that every New Yorker looks forward to. For many it is their first beautiful trip that cements a lifelong relationship and for others it is a getaway that takes them away from the hustle and bustle of big city.
While the street façade of the house is filled with the movable walls and glass windows with wooden slats the rear wall is more closed and less adaptable. On the inside the style is distinctly modern with a simple living room a single-wall kitchen in white and a small dining space combined ever s efficiently.
Instead of relying on gray accent walls or even pops of bright accent hues this breezy and serene Catalonia home turns to wood for personality. A world of white is only disturbed by the beautiful angled wooden partitions in the living room.
With the first on one side and unabated view of a majestic bay area on the other the sits on a prime lot which brings together complete privacy and spectacular natural beauty. Designed by Leroy Street Studio and nestled in USA the gorgeous home with a green roof is carefully carved into the landscape with an entry that is cut in the earth.