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One19 Living Studio

Cardiff-by-the-Sea, California


San Diego Home Tours, Day 1
Saturday, November 10, 2012


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Sustainability and classic modern architecture inform a home for an interior designer.

The work of Richard Neutra, Cliff May, and William Wurster inspired architect Brett Farrow’s design for a newly constructed, nearly 2,000-square-foot home that he says exists as “a unique response to context and climate.” As such, the design concept incorporates glass doors that expand rooms to the outside and a landscape that complements the architecture.

Resident Kim Nadel, principal at Niche and a LEED-accredited designer, customized the finishes and built-ins, and designed much of the furniture. These elements work in concert with the exposed-beam ceilings, blackened concrete floors, and red-cedar siding that Farrow says are the basis for the home’s identity, which he calls “simple and honest.”

About the Architect


Thumb Brett Farrow
Brett Farrow Architect, Inc.


www.brettfarrowardchitect.com


Brett Farrow is a licensed architect who designs, builds and develops his own projects ranging from commercial/mixed-use to high-end custom residential.

The project types and designs may vary but the emphasis is always on a site specific response. Always modern in the approach to design solutions but keenly interested in the vernacular of building in Coastal Southern California's Mediterranean climate.

In addition to real estate development he is also a faculty member at Woodbury University where he teaches a studio in the Masters of Architecture Real Estate Development program.




Collaborators


Interiors: NICHE design inc. - Kim Nadel (Homeowner)

Architect/Developer/Builder: Brett Farrow Architect, Inc.

Landscape Design: Ryan Prange, Falling Waters Landscape

Structural Engineer: Alex Barajas, Envision Engineering

Custom Cabinetry/Built-Ins: Rene Hartlief, Objix Inc.

Lighting: Kenneth Vick, Lightopia

Concrete/Masonry: Dan Camilli, Camilli Concrete

Framing/Siding/Carpentry: Elias & Joseph Acevedo, Acevedo Construction

Windows/Lumber: Jeld Wen, ProBuild/Scott Ryan

Bi-Fold Door System: Matt Powers/Lee Maughan, La Cantina Doors

Sheetmetal/Metal Roof: Bob Nevling, Coastal Roofing, Inc.

Drywall/Plaster: Jose Aguilar, Don Jose Interior Solution

Painting/Sealants: Miguel Ore Butler, Inca Pro Painting

Metal Fabrication: Terry Dixon, Make, Inc.

Concrete Floor Finish: Gil Koury, Lifedeck,

Tile/Plumbing Fixtures: Nena Boulanouar, European Bath & Tile

Electrical/Home Entertainment Systems: Eric Engebretson, Home Theatre Experience

Cast Concrete Counters: Dustin Liedl, Pure Concrete Studios

Stone/Marble: Adrian Custodio, Florentine

Tile Installation: Eduardo Villagrana, Jevs Tile


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