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Residential Projects by TPE

Promintory Lane Residence (2010)
Lafayette, California

Located in the hills of Lafayette, the site accommodates a main residence (10,000 sf), a carriage house (2,700 sf) and a barn (3,200 sf). The custom-built house has a full height basement supported on a mat foundation.

Credits:
Owner and Contractor : JFC Construction Inc.
Architect : Christopher J. Gilman, Architect
Photography : Christopher J. Gilman

Promintory Lane
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Promintory Lane

Promintory Lane


Kohavi House (2000)
Portola Valley, California

Designed by renowned Bay Area architect that emphasizes the spatial connection between interior and exterior, the building combines the rich display of integrating wood, steel and concrete. The plan is organized around a two-story circulation spine, articulated by four cast-in-place vertical concrete frames. A soaring chevron-shaped, cantilevered roof opens up the living room space to panoramic views to the east.

Credits:
Architect: Swatt Architects
Contractor: Cowan & Gentry Construction
Photography: Richard Barnes

Kohavi House

Kohavi House

Kohavi House


Palo Alto House (2002)
Palo Alto, California

Unique 6000 square foot residence designed by renowned Bay Area architect uses a rich combination of glass, wood, steel and concrete. An opaque two-story cast-in-place concrete wall creates privacy along the street in contrast with a glass curtain wall on the garden side, dramatically extending interior spaces to the outside.

Credits:
Architect: Swatt Architects
Contractor: Van Catlin Construction
Photography: Cesar Rubio Photography

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Palo Alto House Palo Alto House

Palo Alto House


Eunice Street Residence (2008)
Berkeley, California

Award winning design by renowned Berkeley Architect exemplifies craftsman details with a mountain cabin feel, through rich use of recycled redwood, stone, and wood inside and out. Soaring ceilings in the living room feature old redwood timbers from an abandoned railroad trestle in Humboldt County.

Credits:
Architect: E. Paul Kelly A.I.A.
Contractor: Robert T. Denton General Contractor

Eunice Street
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Eunice House

Eunice House

Eunice House


El Toyonal Residence (1993)
Orinda, California

Upper pyramidal roof linked to a lower shed roof encloses this 700 square foot one-story studio with clerestory windows on three sides.

Credits:
Architect: John McLean - Architect
Contractor: David Gerstel, Builder
Photography: Craig Mole Photography

El Toyonal

El Toyonal

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