A collaboration between Arcanum Architecture and Jennifer Robin Interiors, this brand new, 6,700 square foot home is located in Atherton, California. Highlights of the home includes expansive glass, ambient light throughout the day, boardform concrete and cedar, indoor-outdoor living. Flat roof overhangs provides visual interest to the exterior structure. This home was constructed by San Carlos-based Behrens Curry Homes, a premier builder specializing in both new construction and renovations throughout the mid peninsula.
Above: The exterior facade provides a beautiful composition of concrete, smooth stucco, and wood.
What We Love: This spectacularly designed home is brimming with natural light, thanks to expansive windows integrated throughout. A fantastic layout showcases clean lines and modern furnishings, with a touch of warmth thanks to the use of wood on the floors and ceilings. A lushly landscaped property that includes mature growth trees adds to the overall aesthetic of this attractive home… Readers, what are your thoughts on the overall design of this home? Please share with us in the comments below!
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Above: Spread out over two levels, this spacious home offers clean lines and a neutral color palette with pops of color.
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Above: The master bedroom is filled with natural light thanks to ample floor-to-ceiling windows. The space offers beautiful garden views, creating a heavenly oasis. Adding to the serene atmosphere is the neutral color palette and a fireplace—evoking a fantastic ambiance.
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Above: Expansive outdoor living spaces creates ample areas for entertaining family and guests. A sparkling swimming pool invites you to take a dip.
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Photos: Bernard Andre Photography