A Dialogue Between Structures

Inspired by the dialogue between a traditional context and the Client’s desire to create a contemporary accessory structure, this 2,800 square foot multifaceted cabana became the “less traditional sister” to the elegant main house. It sits in harmony with the manor on one side and a dynamically playful façade on the other.

Highlights include a subterranean lower level with wine cellar rooms, a tunnel which connects to the existing home’s kitchen via a spiral stair. A dramatic vaulted ceiling, grand piano inspired kitchen island, and a detached billiards room complete this lovely archlit setup.

Services:

  • Entitlements
  • Schematic Design through Construction Administration
  • Furniture and Fixture Selections and Procurement

  • Design Team/Partner:

  • Landscape Architect: John Aldrich
  • Home theater consultant: Engineering Environments
  • Builder: RJ Dailey Construction

  • Photographer: Pierre Brulé

    Size
    11,000 SF
    Market
    Residential
    Services
    Architecture
    Interiors
    Type
    Single-Family Housing