Situated on a 20 acre site in Woodstock Ranch, in Santa Ynez California, the Los Angeles based architects Frederick Fisher and Partners created a perfectly blending modern home, in the midst of rolling hills, oak trees, large ranches, mountains and valley views as far as the eye can see.
The original homes interior designer was Brad Dunning, if you’ve never heard of him, you’ve seen his work in some of the greatest modern homes around.
The 7000 square foot single –family residence is based on a grid of 25 squares. The firm’s interest in the “square” and “box” along with the owner’s square paintings generated the initial concepts for the home. The 100 foot by 100 foot single-family residence is organized around a central courtyard that divides the building into three distinct “zones” with an area for living, sleeping and working.
Photography by Benny Chan, Jim Bartsch