Sonoma Weekend House / Studio Collins Weir

Sonoma Weekend House / Studio Collins Weir

Architects: Studio Collins Weir
Project: Sonoma Retreat
Location: Sonoma, California, United States
Photographer: Adam Rouse

Inspired by the property’s orchards, gardens and foliage, the interior design for this weekend house is a sophisticated layering of textures and color– rich blues and greens within a serene glass box. Anchoring the main entertaining space are two tables fabricated from blackened steel with both tops being carved from a single monumental slab of reclaimed claro walnut salvaged from Vacaville, California.

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