The name Tierwelthaus, or ‘Wildlife House’ evolved from the unique relationship between the home and the land. A heavily used deer trail passes into the canyon to the north and a screech owl who had taken up quarters within the structure during construction now frequents the property.
About Paul Dyer
Paul Dyer is a commercial photographer specialising in architecture, interiors, home and hospitality.
Among other assignments, Paul has recently been shooting for Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts. He is based in San Francisco and has been shooting there and around the country for over 10 years.
Paul's style lends itself to creating clean, inviting images of both residential and resort locations. His calm nature puts people at ease, allowing for relaxed, natural lifestyle photos.
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The peninsula south of San Francisco is dotted with suburban towns and villages in the hills and valleys along the west side of the bay. Nestled amidst the hilly neighborhoods is a rare 2-acre site.
The Lencioni Construction Company’s newly acquired office building with its warehouse identity and retro architectural elements offered a strong potential to explore the dialectic between a rugged industrial shell and a sensitive modern intervention.
This house was originally constructed in 1889 by a prominent physician from San Francisco as a family retreat and farm. Following his death, his wife and daughters continued to maintain the property raising poultry and planting numerous fruit trees.
The design team for The Meadow Home was inspired by prominent views and beautiful slopes to build a structure on to the landscape to minimize its massing on the originally undeveloped site.
This 2,100 square-foot lagoon weekend residence was built in Seadrift on the Stinson Lagoon in Marin County, California. Although the lagoon is filled with Pacific Ocean Sea water, it is shallow and warm ….