Without question, the one project no architecture student ever wants to be assigned in school is to design their “Dream House”. After all, how can you be expected to distill all that wonderful creativity into one project, a project which will ultimately define you as a designer? Alas, in real life, when the opportunity presents itself, you have to rise to the occasion. In this case, a spectacular ocean view becomes the necessary focal point of this two-story, 2,000 square foot residence.
James elaborates: “We, at Trilogy, think of ourselves as subtle modernists. We never limit our clients’ designs to one particular style. Rather, we will design for John Smith a John Smith-style home, and it will embody all he finds beautiful – all that brings him comfort.”
-Excerpt from Dream Homes of Northern California, by Rosalie Z. Wilson, Senior Editor-
And just like that, the dream becomes reality – at least for this architect.
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