This project consists of a single-story addition and renovation to an existing mid-century ranch house in Menlo Park, California. Conceived for a retired couple, the open and accessible design integrates the living space with the rear garden to create a well-lit domestic extension.
About Bruce Damonte
Born in California, Bruce Damonte opened his own studio in San Francisco in 2008. After helping out a friend by working as an assistant on a photo shoot, 31 year old Damonte decided to completely shift his career path and use the camera as a tool to express his creativity. Specializing in architectural photography, he travels extensively to work with practices from around the world. His work includes taking photos of projects that went on to win prestigious awards, including AIA Awards.
LOCATION: San Francisco, California
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