The clients for the Creekside Residence, a pair of Silicon Valley serial entrepreneurs, approached the firm looking to create a unique home for work and play for themselves and their three active boys.
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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Just south of San Francisco, this modern bohemian home endured a complete transformation with its most extreme conversions redefining the entry to the house as well as adding a level of uniformity to the exterior façade.
The complete remodel transformed the Pole Residence into to a light-filled, open plan jewel-box of a house, that now delights and serves the client. The focus of this project was on the quality of the space, not the quantity, allowing higher grade materials while remaining budget conscious.
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.
In Marin County, architect Barbara Shands creates San Anselmo House for her family. Description by Barbara Shands: Envisioned for direct access to the outdoors and visual connection to the surrounding landscape, this 2,450 sq. ft. house was designed as two perpendicular volumes stepping down the hill. The expansive windows and sliding glass doors allow for […]