Blogging the Chronicle: Winter Home Design Magazine

Blogging the Chronicle: Winter Home Design Magazine

leslie
Nov 5, 2007

Light and airy. In yesterday's Winter Home Design Magazine, Zahid Sardar featured homes in Healdsburg, Marin, and Menlo Park, all light and airy, with lots of windows.

Into the Woods: A setting for the simple country life: We're not sure we'd call a 2,000-square-foot farmhouse "intimate" but we love the Victorian schoolhouse-meets-modernism style of this house on 40 acres of vineyards. Check out the simple pine plywood walls, the bookshelves, and all those windows -- the house is designed by SF architect Nick Noyes

The Outdoor Life: Organic modernism that meshes with nature: LA architect Lorcan O'Herlihy (who's been featured in Dwell) designed a boomerang-plan home to follow the topography of the Tamalpais ridges

Menlo Park Redux: Where recycling is second nature: SF architect William Duff designed this modernist and eco-friendly space for a Menlo Park couple and their three kids

Images: Cesar Rubio, Tim Griffith, Lucas Fladzinski

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