Contemporary Architecture among Old Oaks in Carmel Valley

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Today we will show you a very elegant and contemporary home in Carmel Valley, California, a project by Sagan Piechota Architecture. The architects used materials such as concrete, weathered steel, and natural cedar to mirror the site's natural textures and color palettes. The result is inspiring. A lot of glass allowing natural light in the house and also showcasing the amazing surroundings. Take a look.

Make sure to check out Sagan Piechota Architecture website for further information about this and other inspiring projects. See you next week. :)

Description from the architects: Set within a small clearing of California old growth oaks, this ‘L’ shaped residence settles naturally into the contours of the rolling hills of Carmel Valley. Concrete, weathered steel and natural cedar mimics the colors and textures of the surrounding hills. Framed perspectives carefully selected throughout the property capture the verdant landscape and distant views beyond.
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We found this house at ArchDaily.

Photos by Joe Fletcher.

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Gisele Muller

I'm Gisele Muller, someone who loves communication, design, creativity, technology and everything in between. A Brazilian current living in Santa Cruz, CA. Twitter user: @gismullr

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