Altura Architects co-principal Nathan Bryant.
The natural wood featured in this space evokes a modern, cabin-like feel. The floor-to-ceiling windows also make outdoor views a priority.
One with Nature - Glass windowpanes and natural brown wood create a towering entrance to this abode. With a firepit out front, the space connects itself to the natural landscape.
In Tune - Porches provide a segue into the scenic views surrounding a home. With a screened space connecting to the kitchen, function meets distinction in a way that's lasting for homeowners. Natural finishes tie each sectioned space together.
Greenery - Sage green shiplap paired with light, natural-looking finishes creates an outdoorsy feel indoors, one that is unique to the homeowner's taste.
Connected - This home's construction flows with its unique surroundings; a short bridge above a rocky nook connects the far side of the home to a grassy space with firepits and chairs. Stone features and earthy colors create a stronger connection with the landscape, and, in turn, complete the “timeless” look.