On a windswept plot on Northern California's Point Reyes Peninsula, architect Gustave Carlson integrated a three-bedroom home into the landscape using rough and earthy materials, like Western cedar, concrete, and stucco.
Inside, the dining nook is similarly clad in Western cedar, augmenting the home's connection to the outdoors.
In the living room, a pair of Mies Van Der Rohe MR lounge chairs sit beneath Artemide's teardrop-like Castore pendants. Teak flooring contrasts with a concrete fireplace.
A row of clerestory windows run beneath the peaked ceiling in the kitchen, permitting natural light to bisect the heart of the home.