This backyard's overall look is intimately connected to that of the home's exterior. The house's cantilevered panels provide shade to patios. And walls of glass make for seamless transitions between indoors and out.
This incredible home located in the foothills of Montecito, California was built by the renowned modern architect Barton Meyers. With four bedrooms, four bathrooms and endless views of the surrounding mountains and the Pacific Ocean, it's a memorable gem of design and beauty.
The approach to this midcentury modern home takes you through the towering trees that reach up to the second story creating a natural feel. The house itself is set back a bit, nestled in nature allowing visitors to take in the full vista as they walk up.
The house is a second home for a family from Brooklyn, so designers sought to give the residence a strong sense of connection to its natural surroundings, so different from the urban bustle of New York City.
This house's unique interior is made up of ashwood boxes clustered together, then connected with an open concept design. It's possible to look all the way through the home as both ends have wall-sized glass doors.
This unique San Francisco home makes the most of its space by keeping the front of the house traditional, as per San Francisco requirements, and letting the back be open and airy. High ceilings and large windows create a strong connection to the outside.