Launch Slideshow

distant vision

distant vision

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    Brian Vanden Brink

    Nestled among mature firs, spruce, and oaks, this coastal home maximizes views of the lush vegetation as well as the water to the east.

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    Brian Vanden Brink

    Nestled among mature firs, spruce, and oaks, this coastal home maximizes views of the lush vegetation as well as the water to the east. Expanses of windows, like the glass gallery (right), blur the boundaries between outside and in.

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    Brian Vanden Brink

    The interior is a blend of warm and exotic finishes such as Burlington stone and Douglas fir in the bath (top), Zimbabwe granite for the living room fireplace (top right), and Spanish limestone in the shared bathroom (bottom right).

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    Brian Vanden Brink

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    Brian Vanden Brink

    The interior is a blend of warm and exotic finishes such as Burlington stone and Douglas fir in the bath (top), Zimbabwe granite for the living room fireplace (top right), and Spanish limestone in the shared bathroom (bottom right).

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    Brian Vanden Brink

    The interior is a blend of warm and exotic finishes such as Burlington stone and Douglas fir in the bath (top), Zimbabwe granite for the living room fireplace (top right), and Spanish limestone in the shared bathroom (bottom right).

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    Brian Vanden Brink

    The public spaces in the single-story volume showcase soaring ceilings, thanks to the timber framing, and a variety of glass openings, window groupings, and clerestories (above). Reinholdt also used the Zimbabwe granite and Douglas fir speced for the living and bath areas in the kitchen (right).

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