The Clyde Hill Home by Rex Hohlbein Architects
The Clyde Hill Home was designed by Rex Hohlbein Architects wich made a unique, comfortable home for entertaining, cooking, art collecting and gardening.The landscape of the contemporary home’s surroundings are brought in through large windows and structural openings, but designers worked to ensure private space was separated from public view.
The home should support the lifestyle and values of the owners: cooking, entertaining, collecting art, and gardening. There should be a comfortable feeling of elegance and peacefulness with some whimsy found along the way. There should be a strong separation between “public” and “private”. Interior rooms should flow out and into the landscape, blurring the distinction between inside and outside by connecting with natural light, views and openings. The project should be of quality construction and environmentally responsible. It should fit the region and be sensitive to the neighborhood and the surrounding view homes.