Sustainable Glass House in Sonoma

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November 19, 2012

Two linked 1,000-square-foot pavilions are greater than a sum of their parts.

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    Photo by: Matthew Millman

    Photo by: Matthew Millman

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  “Creating efficient space is valuable, but for us, rooms that offer visual and spatial continuity with nature are also important,” architect Julie Dowling explains. “When the sliding doors are open, the living room and kitchen double in size.”  Photo by: Matthew Millman

    “Creating efficient space is valuable, but for us, rooms that offer visual and spatial continuity with nature are also important,” architect Julie Dowling explains. “When the sliding doors are open, the living room and kitchen double in size.”

    Photo by: Matthew Millman

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  All appliances in the kitchen are from Thermador, save for a Miele dishwasher. Bright white Caesarstone bounces yet more light into the space.  Photo by: Matthew Millman

    All appliances in the kitchen are from Thermador, save for a Miele dishwasher. Bright white Caesarstone bounces yet more light into the space.

    Photo by: Matthew Millman

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  The modestly scaled master bedroom opens to a view of the woods located behind the property.  Photo by: Matthew Millman

    The modestly scaled master bedroom opens to a view of the woods located behind the property.

    Photo by: Matthew Millman

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  The seating area features custom sofas covered in synthetic ultrasuede, in what Dowling calls “a forgiving color.” The felt ottoman, by Cini Boeri for Knoll, doubles as a table thanks to a lacquered tray from Williams-Sonoma Home. The sisal rug is from West Elm.  Photo by: Matthew Millman

    The seating area features custom sofas covered in synthetic ultrasuede, in what Dowling calls “a forgiving color.” The felt ottoman, by Cini Boeri for Knoll, doubles as a table thanks to a lacquered tray from Williams-Sonoma Home. The sisal rug is from West Elm.

    Photo by: Matthew Millman

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