Today we will show you a beautiful luxury home in Ross, California, a project by Griffin Enright Architects, It is elegant and beautiful and it counts with a great layout and decoration. The wide spaces, classy materials and colors deliver a really nice result.
The Ross Residence is by itself a breathtaking piece of architecture, being nestled between a stream and a steep hillside above. However, what we found really amazing about this renovation was the mid-century feeling added to the house.
A great thing about this design is the folded roof splits, that bring clearstory light from the east and create an intimate interior space. In the pictures above we can also see two iconic Wassily Chair in brown leather, that contrast beautifully with the white sofa and glass coffee table and accentuate the mid-century interior design.
The renovation transformed the existing extends and extrudes folded geometries from the existing roof to create a new open living, dining kitchen area with ample wall space for the owner’s art collections.
Photos © Kyle Jeffers.
The Los Angeles-based firm of Griffin Enright Architects, established in 2000 by Margaret Griffin, FAIA and John Enright, FAIA, fuses interests in innovation and experimentation with a desire to explore cultural complexities relative to the built environment. Their versatile practice includes projects ranging from large-scale commercial and residential commissions to furniture design and gallery installations, at the local and international level. Their work transcends the traditional scope of architectural practice, underscoring connections to the surrounding urban fabric and landscape – allowing urban context, architecture, and landscape to be experienced in new unanticipated ways.
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