Tasked with replacing a broken-down 1940s California home, Klopf Architecture created an Eichler-inspired, 21st-century home with advanced energy-saving technologies.
Set on a gentle hillside of lush greenery, the modern home’s large glass walls seamlessly blend in with its surroundings to provide incredible views of nature.
A simple arrangement of white stone and stacked stucco makes for a streamlined, open-concept home that features a spacious indoor/outdoor living room with stunning views of the Japanese garden-inspired atrium.
Gentle, sleek lines marry well with lush landscapes, while the private lot soaks up plenty of natural light. A wooded backdrop and raised lot means the homeowners can enjoy the natural surroundings without compromising on privacy and safety.
Klopf also designed the unique home with ultra-effective insulation that pairs with built-in overhangs and heat-mirror glass so air-conditioning isn’t necessary.
Photos By Mariko Reed