At Piedmont Heights, large and small scaled spaces within spaces have been
almost like building blocks.
Yet a closer inspection reveals the beautiful, subtle transition
from living, through dining, and kitchen spaces. A two
story wall on the main floor
displays the television, fireplace, media cabinet and artwork within a single design
element. The deep sculptural openings also guide your view up into the tree canopy and
modulate the western sun
and deftly avoids views of the neighboring house.
A high level of sophistication and strong clean lines define discrete, yet open areas within the home. A second floor perch is a comfortable place for reading with an overview of the living area below, extended outdoor vistas, and creates an intimately scaled window seat as part of the living room.