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Namaste, an ADU by Propel Studio, takes cues from Japanese Architecture
Pocket doors between the dining area and courtyard can be tucked away to create a true indoor/outdoor experience, ideal for entertaining.
The Engbergs’ upstairs loft is meant for visiting grand-nieces, but has proven popular with adults, too.
Colab Architecture's design brings natural light deep into the interior thanks to the courtyard and a double-height interior.
The living room is anchored by a large concrete fireplace that also forms the house's robust structural system. Pops of color come from a painting by Milton Wilson.
A black walnut dining table is the centerpiece of Laurie and Mark Engberg's home, while a painting by Richard Hoyen evokes the rugged landscape outside.
The Engbergs' kitchen, with its slate floors and black walnut cabinetry, looks out to an adjacent forest woodland
Thanks to the house’s concrete sheer wall, the roof cantilevers 12 feet to provide shading for the living room and extend the couple's outdoor space.
Nestled between a forest edge to the southeast and the Pacific Ocean to the west, the home offers two distinct, panoramic views.
With its driveway to the north, the home faces west toward the Pacific, with its courtyard breaking up the house's mass.
The home's courtyard gives Mark and Laurie views of the Pacific Ocean while protecting the couple from high coastal winds, while its indoor/outdoor fireplace extends evening gatherings.