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Studio Terpeluk reshapes a 1970’s San Francisco hillside house mixing vintage redwood tones with a contemporary language of color. Nestled among the California city’s neighborhood known for its streets lined with Victorian and Edwardian style homes, Studio Terpeluk completes the renovation of a 1974 two-story house of an American creative couple on...
Project name
Redwood House
Architecture firm
Studio Terpeluk
Location
Noe Valley, San Francisco (California, USA)
Photography
Joe Fletcher
How an architecture studio created a lifestyle for a working professional and dedicated surfer. If you’ve ever surfed, you know that you need to watch the water. The swells tell a surfer when it’s time to surf, not the other way around. For the committed, this means that living at the beach isn’t a luxury; it’s a necessity.
Project name
Above the Dune on Great Highway
Architecture firm
Levy Art + Architecture
Location
Ocean Beach in San Francisco, California, USA
Photography
Joe Fletcher Photography
Overlooking coastal anchialine ponds where ancient Hawai’ians raised fish, this 13,497-square-foot home for an extended family was designed so that all its major living spaces capture views of Uluweuweu Bay and Kikaua Point. The name Wai’olu comes from the Hawai’ian words wai (fresh water) and olu (pleasant) and means cool, attractive, soft, and ge...
Project name
Wai'olu Residence
Architecture firm
de Reus Architects
Location
North Kohala Coast, Hawaii
Photography
Joe Fletcher
Twin Peaks Residence is a mid-century San Francisco 1964 house that was remodeled by Feldman Architecture. The house was originally designed by San Francisco architect Albert Lanier (husband of renowned sculptor Ruth Asawa). The house has expansive views of San Francisco and features a fantastic rear garden. This most recent remodel takes the house...
Project name
Twin Peaks Residence
Architecture firm
Feldman Architecture
Location
San Francisco, California
Photography
Joe Fletcher
This private residence sits within the Mauna Kea Resort on the island of Hawai’i, a place full of memories for the client who recalls family vacations to the famous hotel. The clients share an affinity for Hawai’i and Polynesia, for modern art and design, and for the beauty of natural materials and craftsmanship
Project name
Kauhale Kai
Architecture firm
de Reus Architects
Location
The Big Island, Hawaii
Photography
Joe Fletcher Photography
This residential project involved the construction of three distinct structures, creating additional interior space and forming a private courtyard for an existing house that remains in place. The largest new structure, the Art House, is designed to house a burgeoning art collection, and accommodate occasional guests.
Project name
Art House + Courtyard
Architecture firm
Buttrick Projects Architecture+Design
Location
Palo Alto, California, USA
Photography
Joe Fletcher
This is a full-time beach house for a car passionate family of four situated across from Burnt Cedar Beach in Incline Village, Nevada on the north shore of Lake Tahoe. Prior to being pulled up the hill to flumes and rails destined for Virginia City, logs were staged here as the mountains around the lake shore were logged during the silver mining ye...
Project name
Burnt Cedar
Architecture firm
Faulkner Architects
Location
Incline Village, Nevada, USA
Photography
Joe Fletcher Photography
Set amidst a volcanic boulder field in a pine and fir forest, Creek House is a family retreat that inhabits an existing outcrop clearing at the edge of the spring fed Martis Creek. Near the base of Lookout Mountain at Northstar California Resort, the house is conceived in plan as three directional bars that slide between and alongside the boulders...
Project name
Creek House
Architecture firm
Faulkner Architects
Location
Truckee, California, USA
Photography
Joe Fletcher Photography