Ross House

Set among oak trees on a sloped site, strategic additions open up a 1930’s house to intimate views

For a homeowner looking to update a 1930’s home in a wooded part of Marin County, California, we worked to highlight an old-growth oak forest, create new indoor / outdoor connections, and remedy awkward and unusable spaces created by past remodeling efforts. Challenges to be addressed included a sweltering roof terrace, extremely awkward master bath and closets, and a dark and cramped kitchen. With modern custom detailing, surgical insertions of new built ins and windows, the additions and newly remodeled areas merge with the overall aesthetic of the home.

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Photography By Photographs by Bruce Damonte
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