Situated in the center of wine country, this farmhouse style cabin in the woods was designed by Wade Design Architects in collaboration with Jennifer Robin Interiors. The house is located in St. Helena, a city in Napa County, California. The Napa Cabin was originally designed as a guest cabin on a wine country property that has a main house on site.
This radical remodel of an Eichler-era townhouse consisted of replacing a confusing floor plan with an open-concept design. A new sky-lit, steel staircase connecting all three levels, transforms the formerly dark interior into a sunlight-drenched space.
Carnegie Gallery House was created in response to our clients request for a compact home that would also allow them to create and exhibit their art collection. By placing a combined gallery and studio space upstairs and incorporating a large, north facing void over the living space below, the art is visible from all angles.
This is a rear extension to a single-storey cottage in Brunswick with difficult orientation characteristics – the north sun only reaching the site from over adjoining houses. The new addition pulls living areas to the rear of the site and uses ‘sun-catchers’ for light and spaciousness in the interior.
The Alexandria House is tailored to the needs of a modern, environmentally conscious and socially responsible couple. Alexandria House – Aqua Perma Solar Firma is the most sustainable project we have made.
The five-acre site of the Woody Creek Residence, which borders a slight bend in a creek, is comprised of a large meadow and a narrow secondary lower bench at the edge of the creek.