You long for a private, sprawling, beautifully-designed property with resort-style recreational amenities. You envision it perched on a high promontory that offers ocean-drenched views that follow you from day to night. And it’s setting!
Purported to have worked with Richard Neutra, Ray Osoling designed and crafted his dream house, with the help of his daughter Karla, constructing an oasis soaked in treetop views.
Award-winning architectural firm Marmol Radziner’s designs are predicated on embracing a site’s natural surroundings, facilitating strong connections between indoors and out, and a commitment to green building.
Here is a property beyond your wildest dreams, commanding gorgeous ocean views from its perch on a private bluff just above Paradise Cove. Behind its elegant front gates, this address hides an oasis of serenity. Sprawling over 2.5 lush acres, it easily rivals the world’s finest five-star resorts.
Montage Residences Healdsburg, the latest offering from Montage Hotels and Resorts located in Sonoma County, utilized the talents of San Francisco-based BAR Architects and San Diego-based DeLawie Architects to create a place that will inspire and stand the test of time.
Richard Neutra’s 427 Beloit Avenue in Brentwood finding its way to market for the first time since 1950. The structure has received few updates, and remains as compelling, exciting, and indeed, as relevant as it was when it was first revealed to the public.
Located on Romero Canyon Road, this William Hefner property has two buildings, a 900-foot bungalow and a separate stable were relics of the 1930s, slender and careworn, and sits on an acre of land that had long been neglected.
325 Mount Holyoke is a custom-designed by Eliana Rokach, features her signature mix of luxurious materials and impeccable flow. With floor-to-ceiling windows in nearly every one of the home’s public rooms, and expansive picture windows dominating its private quarters, this house was created to invite those incredible views into everyday life, washing it with glamor.
The myth of Southern California thrives on dreams filled with water and warmed by the sun, drenched in luxury, and characterized by ease. In these fantasies, each new day begins with a vision of the sun-sparkled sea, a scenic beach vista is the backdrop to a drive into town, and shaking off the cares of the day is as simple as grabbing a surfboard and heading out to catch a few waves before dinner.
“Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney Architects works in a modern idiom but without a set vocabulary or language,” explains architect Takashi Yanai, a partner at the firm, its Residential Studio Director since 2004, and the current leader of its San Francisco Studio.