The 6,000 square foot Cheng Brier house is located on a dramatic down-sloping hillside in Tiburon, California, with spectacular and unobstructed views of San Francisco, San Francisco Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge to the south.
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The design of Blue Oaks house is organized around three cast-in-place concrete core elements – a stair landing, the powder room, and a portion of the guest suite – that step with the land. Walls and deep overhangs of Western Red Cedar boards span between and slide by the concrete core elements …
The plan of the Vineyard house was designed to respond to family living, with public or shared areas on the ground floor and bedrooms above. The master bedroom is separated from the children’s rooms by a bridge spanning the double-height great room that takes up the majority of the lower level.