My recently completed House of Tree project, lit by kerosene lamps
I’ve always loved designing and building cabins, and was thrilled to have two simultaneous commissions over the past year and a half, both of which are recently completed. I’d like to design more of these simple, hand-built houses and intend to promote these recent projects, so we hired the architectural photographer Tim Maloney to document them. Tim shot each project in a single day, working closely with Ene, who staged the interiors. I’ve posted my favorite images from each project below, beginning with House of Tree, a tree house/observation tower that I designed for a client in West Sonoma County, built by Tom Holland and Richard Ernst. The second is a Guest House in Marin County, designed by Dotter/Solfjeld Architects, for which I was commissioned to design and build the interior, including all built-in furnishings and fixtures. All images are by Tim Maloney of Santa Rosa-based Technical Imagery. You may learn more about the development of these projects by clicking on the links above.
HOUSE OF TREE:
MARIN GUEST HOUSE: