Scottsdale Property – photo via Bill Timmerman
California based award-winning architectural firm, Marmol Radziner, is known for their mid-century modern-inspired designs. Most of their single-family homes, such as the Scottsdale winter retreat and the Benvenuto Court mountain home, are designed for indoor-outdoor living and extensive use of the space year round. We talk to the team at the design-build firm about what inspires their unique yet simple designs, as well as where they see the future in outdoor living.
Located in Woodside, CA on a large hidden lot at the end of the road, Meadow Creak Residence stops at a creek and densely wooded hillside. The site has a rural feel as the property stretches from north to south, allowing the main spaces to embrace its views. This 9,800 square foot home is designed by Arcanum Architecture, Inc., a San Francisco based design firm with a portfolio of modern styled homes. We spoke with Arcanum’s architects about the details of Meadow Creek Residence and what they were looking to achieve with this design.
The newly constructed “Wave House,” a 5,700 sq. ft. Venice home sitting on Morningside Way, is a true stunner. Featuring 6 rooms including an expansive outdoor space, it was built from the ground up, taking 17 months to complete. With its organic shape and white aluminum skin, it’s distinctively created by architect and designer, Mario Romano. We recently spoke with Romano about his inspiration behind his beautiful, unique, and intricate design.
Founded in 2006, Alhadeff Group is a boutique general contracting team that builds personalized designs for their clients in Seattle. In a city that rains often, it’s common for outdoor spaces to not be utilized to their fullest potential. In their 10 years in business, Alhadeff Group has created beautiful living spaces that allow homeowners to enjoy the outdoors, rain or shine, in comfort. We talk to founder, Sam Alhadeff, about this North Seattle home renovation.
Aaron Neubert, founder of ANX, is one of the top architects for designing contemporary homes and commercial spaces in Los Angeles. Because of his expertise in making beautiful, complex designs that are still practical and functional, his projects have been featured in various publications such as the LA Times, which recently featured a home Aaron Neubert designed in the Hollywood Hills. We talked to him about his inspirations and why Infratech heaters were his top choice for this project.