The idea of this project was to create a multi-use guest pavilion in a relatively small vineyard located in Northern California, more specifically in St. Helena, California, USA.
The spectacular project, which covers an area of 3,500 square feet, was completed by Ross Anderson, from the architectural firm Anderson Architects, in the year 2014.
There were many questions that had to be answered about the space required to meet the needs of the owners. But, in the end, the result is this wonderful space, with rooms full of charm and full of simplicity and good taste.
The living room is perhaps one of the most striking spaces for its high wooden ceilings, its stone fireplace, and its exquisite decoration. It is a spacious room, open and full of natural light – in short, lovely.
The white kitchen has a skylight in the ceiling that allows natural light to keep it lit during daylight hours, which means saving precious energy.
The small dining room, located on a covered terrace, with walls open to the nearby vineyard, is the perfect place to have meals and at the same time enjoy the wonderful views while spending time with family and friends.