Sustainable picket residence designed by Turnbull Griffin Haesloop situated in Marin County, California, United States.
Description by Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Nestled on a knoll prime inside an expansive West Marin ranch, this compound creates a gathering place for an prolonged household. The cluster of buildings shapes a courtyard that frames a view again to Mount Tamalpais. The courtyard shields the robust winds and creates a heat sunny spot for the plunge pool and scorching tub. Inside the primary home, a big dwelling /eating /kitchen area permits sixteen individuals to collect. Bedrooms and bunkrooms allow them to sleep over. The home is full of inviting spots to learn or play video games. The home is designed to be internet zero with a distant photovoltaic array offering energy. Many sustainable options are designed into the home akin to excessive J-worth insulation, reclaimed wooden floors, and zoned radiant warmth with passive cooling. A rainwater seize system is used for bathroom flushing. The home is Western pink cedar with a corrugated zinc roof. Stainless metal sunshades shield the home windows from photo voltaic warmth achieve. Jeannie Fraise of Lotus Bleu was the designer of the furnishings. The panorama architects, the SWA Group, have been chargeable for in depth website restoration and native venture plantings. Photography by David Wakely Visit Turnbull Griffin Haesloop