Carpinteria Foothills House by Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis

By : Mark V | 25 Jan 2013 10:55 am | Homes

The practice of Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects, awarded plenty of times for their work, designed a residential project in Carpinteria, California. The house is focused on the view of the ocean and the glass walls provide it with a way of keeping close in touch with the beach and ocean that stand outside.

The exterior color of the building is a sandy nuance that fits the surrounding vegetation very well, while the interior keeps the same shades giving it a tone that is similar to the sand and water in the distance. All of this makes it a place that seems very fit for providing rest and serenity.

The building contains a master suite, a room for study, a living room and a courtyard that separates the house from a separatesmaller guest house. There is also a covered swimming pool and special attention was paid to the privacy of every room.

The contemporary style of the project is completed by similar decorations and furniture, while the landscape has been planted by the owner, together with a couple of oaks to provide shade and add to the beauty of the place.

[Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis]

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