Carlsbad, California.

Sitting 100 feet above the blue Pacific Ocean, the inspiration for this remodeled home is the crashing waves below. The existing home was built in the early 1960’s with several subsequent additions throughout the years. The owners wanted something new; a fresh look that would include a gallery at the entrance to display the wife’s metal sculptures. For this reason copper metal was used on the roof and garage door. The teal patina contrasts nicely with the beige stucco and blue inset glass blocks. The curved real wall of the main floor rolls back to soften the distinction between interior and exterior, while the built-in furniture seems organically connected to the house.

Project Highlights

  • 3,500 SF Open Plan
  • Two-Story Structure
  • Copper Roofing
  • Retractable Rear Wall
  • Stained Concrete Floors
  • Built-In Furniture
  • Colored Glass Block
  • Gallery Display At Entrance
  • 100 Feet Above The Pacific
  • Beautifully Landscaped
  • Fresh New Look
  • Contemporary Style Architecture

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Gary Harcourt, Architect

Phone: 805.466.7675
Fax: 805.466.7675

Richard Kaufman, Architect

Phone: 760.519.9974
Fax: 760.519.0422