Located on a former apple orchard, the Millgrove House hides within its hillside plot. The home takes advantage of the natural topography of the site, showing just a simple limestone dwelling from the street while the rear reveals a sprawling multilevel structure. This southern facade is mostly glass, opening up the interior to load of sunlight and views of the bordering farmland. From the Douglas fir-clad ceilings to the zinc framed windows, the interior makes a further connection to its natural surroundings with the use of organic materials.
Photos: Arnaud Marthouret / Toms + McNally Design