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Exterior, House Building Type, Metal Siding Material, and Metal Roof Material Two trunk-like columns support an aluminum-and-zinc-clad home in the foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountains designed by architect Craig Steely. With an intention to disrupt  as few oak trees on the dense site as possible, Steely built the glass-walled house to  nestle against the steep hillside. Visitors access the entrance from above, descending to the living spaces via a native grass-covered roof.
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Cupertino, California
Dwell Magazine : September / October 2017  Photo 2 of 10 in The Conversation Pit Makes a Much-Appreciated Comeback at an Ultramodern Home in Cupertino