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    Novoselski
    Malibu, California 7,000 s.f.

    This client wanted to replace a fire damaged ranch house with an upgraded home that has the character and comfort of an older home. A false history was achieved by the use of recycled and salvaged materials; Cotswold stone from a demolished estate in England, salvaged barn and silo siding and beams from Vermont, moss-covered slate roofing and pavers salvaged from a villa in France, and antiques used as built-in cabinetry. These materials give the home a weathered appearance comfortably blending with the rural setting. The 7,000s.f. house is conceptually broken down into smaller, ‘historical’ elements; a stone house (living room), a barn and silo (family room), a stable (master bedroom) and the infill elements (dining, secondary bedrooms, bathrooms) that link them together.
  • CLOSE

    Novoselski
    Malibu, California 7,000 s.f.

    This client wanted to replace a fire damaged ranch house with an upgraded home that has the character and comfort of an older home. A false history was achieved by the use of recycled and salvaged materials; Cotswold stone from a demolished estate in England, salvaged barn and silo siding and beams from Vermont, moss-covered slate roofing and pavers salvaged from a villa in France, and antiques used as built-in cabinetry. These materials give the home a weathered appearance comfortably blending with the rural setting. The 7,000s.f. house is conceptually broken down into smaller, ‘historical’ elements; a stone house (living room), a barn and silo (family room), a stable (master bedroom) and the infill elements (dining, secondary bedrooms, bathrooms) that link them together.