The Ranch Mine, winners of Houzz and the American Institute of Architects "Future of Architecture" competition, is a husband & wife architecture firm that specializes in designing homes for people with the pioneer spirit, the dreamers and seekers who see home as more than just a house. Our clients see home as a place that roots you in your community, provokes curiosity and exploration, and emboldens you to do more of what you love. Equipped with our national award-winning experience and your desires, we design homes to honor the past, challenge the norm, and inspire the future. The majority of our work is comprised of infill houses (new build houses on vacant lots) and significant renovations and additions to modest ranch houses, mid-century modern homes and historic proper
Part of a Southern California cultural initiative called Pacific Standard Time, “Carefree California: Cliff May and the Romance of the Ranch House” examines the evolution of the ranch house from a practical regional form to a widespread style.