The kitchen cabinetry is by Bulthaup, the oven is by Miele

The kitchen cabinetry is by Bulthaup, the oven is by Miele

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The kitchen cabinetry is by Bulthaup, the oven is by Miele, the stove and hood are by Gaggenau,

the sink by Blanco has Dornbracht fittings, and the countertop is quartzite;

the custom-made stools are covered in an Edelman leather, and vintage chairs

by Pierre Paulin are upholstered in a mohair by Kneedler Fauchère.

On the ground floor, the kitchen is the knuckle of the house, pivoting from the expansive family area

to a see-through cube of glass that houses the living and dining areas, which extend out toward the trees.

The transparent room, its roofline as slim as a MacBook Air,

is next to not there, as though the furniture were just sitting in a clearing.

“They wanted warm materials, so the architectural concept was a modern space but with the warmth of a chalet,” says Wang.

Collaborating with Bush, the architect took the material cues from the surrounding landscape so the house would belong to the site.

A marble-topped dining table and teak benches by California Living on the covered terrace;

the side chair by Lawson-Fenning is upholstered in a Perennials fabric, the ceiling is clad in western red cedar, and the floor tiles are sandstone.

The transition from outside to inside is seamless. In another act of translation,

Bush converted the exterior’s earthy architectural palette into the interior finishes, using a variety of woods and split-face sandstone:

The effect is tailored, dark, and handsome, on the Tom Ford model.

Continuous walls of stone and cedar, and a carpet of bluestone floors, glide right through the floor-to-ceiling glass.

“We worked from the outside in,” says Bush. “The textured surfaces give it character and depth.” ออกแบบบ้าน

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