Interior design project for a Venetian rural house built in the early 1900s and restored in the early 2000s. The project, designed for the functional needs and aesthetic tastes of the client
Clifftop residence originated from the idea of building a three-storey extension in a sliver of land perched on the edge of a cliff. As the first sketches were presented a landslide occurred, destroying an enormous historic porphyry wall bounding the property along Walker Avenue.
Seamlessly integrating classic design with contemporary architecture, the spectacularly restored Giacomo Yandoit house is the perfect example of different design aesthetics working in harmony. The original building of the Giacomo Yandoit house was a church constructed in 1884 by Giacomo Sartori. After falling into disrepair the property was acquired by a local builder and transformed […]