Modern House Interiors
Hidden room behind a bookcase...
The residence architect Cary Bernstein designed for Scott Croyle and his family is an exercise in hide-and-seek.
Silicon Valley Home Tours
Back by popular demand, the Dwell Home Tours series will make its way back to Silicon Valley this year.
The glass walls of the living room fold back to create uninterrupted space between indoors and outdoors.
The relationship between interior and exterior becomes crucial in the articulation of the residence.
Maximizing daylight is only one of the sustainable design strategies used in the Low/Rise residence.
Large sliding glass doors suspend the living room within the landscape for family gatherings or larger events.
The office nook features a custom desk and shelf by Matt...
The walnut master bed frame is custom by Matt Eastvold.
The sliding door and open shelves are by Matt Eastvold and are made of solid walnut.
The ceiling is prefinished rift white oak.
The foldings doors are by La Cantina, which expand to a redwood deck and the view across the valley.
The cabinets are black matte glass by Leicht.
The floors have hydronic heating embedded in a matte finished concrete. The stone slab is Calacatta Viola.
Ipe paneling and concrete floors continue into the living area, where a photograph by Scott McFarland hangs above the...
The first commissioned work...
Small Space, Big Design
Dwell editor-in-chief Amanda Dameron walks us through Dwell's November 2016 issue.
Large windows and sliding doors with maximal operability are placed throughout, including the master bedroom, where...
The living room's double height makes the space seem larger that its actual size.
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