The beautiful meadow house located in Portola Valley, California was designed by San Francisco Architects, Feldman Architecture. The building shape of this pasture house follows the hill contour. Architects build building structures adjusting the landscape to get a view of the beautiful slopes.
This meadow house has a main wing that offers a kitchen, dining area and living room equipped with open glass doors and windows to facilitate sunlight and fresh air into the house. This property allows homeowners to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the surrounding meadows. The indoor and outdooor area blends seamlessly thanks to the open concept applied by Architects in this building.
On the exterior side, the Architect applied a warm gray stained cedar siding that made the building very integrated with the surrounding natural conditions. In the interior, the Architect also provides siding accents to create continuity and provide extra warmth to the indoor. The construction of this house was inspired by the beautiful scenery of the grasslands, which in the end was able to create a grassland house that had aesthetic value in its structure and design.