A marble-topped dining table and teak benches by California
A marble-topped dining table and teak benches
by California Living on the covered terrace; the side chair by Lawson-Fenning is upholstered in a Perennials fabric,
the ceiling is clad in western red cedar,
and the floor tiles are sandstone.
The transition from outside to inside is seamless.
In another act of translation, Bush converted the exterior’s earthy architectural palette into the interior finishes,
using a variety of woods and split-face sandstone:
The effect is tailored, dark, and handsome
on the Tom Ford model. Continuous walls of stone and cedar,
and a carpet of bluestone floors, glide right through the floor-to-ceiling glass. “We worked from the outside in,” says Bush.
“The textured surfaces give it character and depth.”
In the media room, the sofa and chairs are by Ligne Roset,
the cocktail tables are by Moroso,
and the Serge Mouille light fixture is from Design Within Reach;
one wall is clad in gray oak veneer, and the Moroccan rug is custom made.
Bush heightened the environmental warmth,
adding a shadowy mood by designing built-in wooden desks and closets, small exercises in architecture that confirm the strong,
clean lines of a house carved with deep pockets of space.
He accents the woods with a mixture of metals, always the strong, silent type—blackened steel bookcases and antique brass kitchen stools.
All the hardware is bronze. ออกแบบบ้าน