Renowned for its masterful engineering w entire walls and ceilings of structural glass, this home is both beautiful and functional. Precision craftsmanship by Carmel architect John Thodos is apparent. and an entire front facade of glass block and breathtaking gallery entrance spanned by a glass ceiling juxtaposes w natural materials like vertical grain cedar and Tasmanian oak to create a rich meditative tone accentuated by the beauty of the surroundings. Achieving rooms bathed in light on all four sides, is rare accomplishment. Vast walls are composed of nothing but frame-less glass that bring the gardens inside, while others are set beneath perfectly placed lighting for the display of fine art. Sleek chefs kitchen ready to host festive gatherings in the formal living and dining rooms. Grounds designed w the same simplicity as the home. Quiet Zen sitting areas w/ fountain tucked beneath towering redwoods, native plantings respect the environment.
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