The idea for a French Provencal style house came from the wife's visits to the French countryside as a young student. She and her husband continued to visit this colorful region of France and grew to love its Mediterranean architecture, gabled tile roofs and warm interiors.
We were selected for the architecture and interiors of our client in an established, urban residential area on a small lot with mature live oak trees.
The exterior finishes give the architecture a sense of age, using rough plaster, stone and wood. Likewise, the interior faux finishes and colors give an old-world character and the Douglas fir and mahogany convey the warmth of a modest farmhouse.
Subtle colors, a strong architectural vocabulary and the warmth of wood and stone define this house’s identity as well as that of its tasteful owners.