The house presented in the contiguous imagines, suggestively called “The American Dream”, reminds me of Southfork Ranch, the Ewing family’s residence from the beloved television series Dallas, made in the 80’s. The house was presented at the exhibition 2013 NW Natural Street of Dream Home in West Linn, Oregon.
Tasked to design a house whose interior design is relevant for “Made in America”, Garrison Hullinger Interior Design successfully created a luxury home that has all the architectural and design characteristics specific to the American label. The house was designed for a young family, with the intention to provide a smooth transition from indoor to outdoor living. This highly functional space is optimal for at-home entertaining that is the core of this home’s design. The large windows, laid out on two levels provide natural light and shine to the whole living areas. A glass wall provides the view to the pool and garden, inviting you to recreate by admiring the environment. The spacious recreation room is dominated by wood and brick, offering the warmth of a mountain cottage that is reminiscent of the western genre. The house benefits of a spa that allows the couple to relax at the end of their busy days.
The designers and constructors are proud of the fact that all materials and components used for the house, are made in America, desiring this to be a symbolic support of the American economy during the crisis. As a plus, the achievement of The American Dream has involved more artisans and craftsmen who had the possibility to show off their skills.