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22,000 sq. ft. home won competition in early 90.s  Client desired a Contemporary home with an Ancient Americas (Mayan) character.  A courtyard design provides natural light from two sides for most rooms.  South western wing immerges from hillside with sod roof.Courtyard home:  One of 4 planned buildings on a 30 acre site, the home was located in a meadow, designed around over 50 mature trees.  Out buildings included a pool pavilion, servant quarters, guest house and garages for the owner's car collection.Bluff top Contemporary home of 10,000 sq. ft. designed in mid 90's.  Inspiration from the movement of waves and water generated a curvilinear character element for detailing interest.Rambling Colonial designed to capture expansive views of coastline to downtown Los Angeles.   Note only 3 bedrooms included in the design.  For resale concerns, pool pavilion capable of being reconfigured to add 3 additional bedroom suites.  Basement not shown of over 3,000 sq. ft.10,000 sq. ft. Colonial home designed in late 80's.Rolling Hills Community Association building design in early 90's.  Renderings used for presentation to community.  See portfolio five for photographs.RHCA view of entry with covered porch.11,000 sq. ft. Colonial home designed in the early 90's.  Includes 4,000 sq. ft. basement (not shown).Colonial homeInterior elevation sheet.  As we design,  concerns for both the exterior and interior aesthetic are at the forefront.  This particular sheet is from a Tuscan style home with Library and Master suite elevations.Spanish Colonial design study.  See portfolio two for photos.Rambling Spanish Colonial of 4,000 sq. ft. designed in the mid 90's.Spanish Colonial concept study.  Home is a terraced two story design, stepping up the site.  Loggia (covered porch) above at master suite at rear of house.  This is not a 3 story design.Open plan designed for entertaining over 200 people per event.  Design includes multiple circulation paths including exterior terraces.  See portfolio three for photos
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