Extending over 1,750 sq. toes, the Triple Barn Home resides on a bit of rural land in Sonoma, California. Mork Ulnes Architects designed the home as a retirement and kitchen laboratory for a chef and household to come back collectively and benefit from the peaceable environment. The rusty triple roof of the quantity and the corten metal cladding pay tribute to the pink rusty clay discovered on the positioning and utilized by native builders and producers.
With a view of the Sonoma Valley, the home appears to be constructed on sloping land, extending outward and over a carport and entrance.
Though the residence is used full time, the home appears to be like like a retreat due to its non-public location surrounded by nature. Giant home windows in the lounge supply views of the Sonoma Valley and the each day sunsets, making it the proper place to take a seat and chill out.
Apart from the open kitchen, the eating room and the lounge, the home has a personal main bedroom, two bedrooms and an workplace space.
A spiral staircase divides the open lounge when it's rising from the doorway to the bottom ground.
The customized kitchen opens onto a big picket patio protected by a cantilevered eave that helps block a few of the sunshine of Sonoma.
Picture Bruce Damonte.