Placed between a forested mountain and rolling vineyard, a rammed-earth wall demarcates the primary spaces of this single-story house. Built of native earth and woven among existing trees, this monolithic wall anchors the building structurally, ecologically, and experientially. Floor-to-ceiling glass completes the building envelope and captures panoramic valley views. The glass and earth walls work together to orchestrate indoor-outdoor living and to provide passive heating and cooling.
Photos by John Sutton, JD Peterson | Design by Aidlin Darling Design
Landscape Design by Marta Fry Landscape Architects
General Contractor: Cello & Maudru Construction
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