Vista De la Cumbra by Anacapa Architecture

Vista De la Cumbra by Anacapa Architecture

Project: Vista De la Cumbra
Architects: Anacapa Architecture
Location: Santa Barbara, California
Photo Credits: Erin Feinblatt
Text by Anacapa

A young family of four came to us to update an original 1950’s California Ranch home nestled above The Mesa. With a modest budget and an owner savvy in both construction and design, we were able to renovate the existing house and add an additional 600 SF of usable living space, including a new two car garage and full master suite with a wall of glass looking out in the yard. The interior of the existing house was opened up to allow a free flowing space from through the main kitchen, living, and dining areas. Leading out to the owner designed rear yard is a large glass sliding wall, defining that indoor/outdoor connection California is known for. White finishes and cool woods lend a Scandinavian appeal to this classy and minimal space.

Vista De la Cumbra by Anacapa Architecture

Vista De la Cumbra by Anacapa Architecture

Vista De la Cumbra by Anacapa Architecture

Vista De la Cumbra by Anacapa Architecture

Vista De la Cumbra by Anacapa Architecture

Vista De la Cumbra by Anacapa Architecture

Vista De la Cumbra by Anacapa Architecture

Vista De la Cumbra by Anacapa Architecture

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