fbpx

Easton Residence

Easton Residence is a modern departure from 1920s California Spanish architectural grandeur. Its original romantic charm is transformed with modern design. The design blends previous expansions with a sleek reconfiguration of the house for contemporary living. It has a modern take on characteristic stucco walls, low-pitched clay tile roofs, sweeping arches, and wrought-iron railings.

The house features bright spaces full of high quality finishes, materials and craftsmanship. A combination of contemporary silhouettes, restrained color choices, and rich, layered textures provide a soothing retreat. A generally muted palette of pleasing neutrals is highlighted with unexpected appealing color in the home’s overall comfortable décor. Streamlined surfaces in the kitchen and baths give the home a sophisticated, modern style.

The landscaping and exterior living spaces capitalize on the Mediterranean climate with interior spaces flowing to exterior areas and providing a sense of indoor/outdoor living all year round.

Title:
Easton Residence

Client:
Private client, name withheld due to privacy policy

Architect:
Diebel and Company | Architects

Site Area:
7436 square feet (691 square meters)

Gross Floor Area:
4122 square feet (383 square meters)

Location:
Burlingame, California, USA

Construction Cost:
Withheld due to privacy policy

Credits:
• Architectural Design: Gary Diebel, AIA Architect
• General Contractor: Pacific Coast Builders
• Photographer: Obeo

Easton Residence - Diebel and Company Architects