Carefully sited on the edge of a 60-acre vineyard, this monastic stone structure establishes a physical and temporal frame of reference for mapping ones place in the world. Inspired by its owner’s love of cartography, the home is organized around a long reflecting pool, aligned due north, that provides orientation among undulating horizons. The design poetically layers a complex program including agricultural operations, vineyards and orchards, gardens, sculpture, and domestic life.
Cello & Maudru ConstructionGeneral Contractor
Munden Fry Landscape ArchitectsLandscape Architect
Architecture and LightLighting Design
Hansen & SlaughterElectrical Engineer
Horn EngineersMechanical Engineer
Adobe AssociatesCivil Engineer
Pound ManagementProject Manager