Designed by DesignARC, this contemporary single-story ranch home is situated in Montecito, California, United States.
Description by DesignARC Inspired by DesignARC’s Greenworth House, the house owners of this 1960′s single-story ranch home desired a recent tackle their out-dated, properly-worn Montecito residence. Hailing from Toronto Canada, the couple is comfortable in city, loft-like areas; and, seemed to create a pared-down dwelling that would grow to be their Home. As a rework, the target was to re-configure the extant flooring plan utterly beneath the prevailing roof. Re-establishing group to the inside format, the technique related all areas to the outside–giant pocketing sliding glass doorways on both aspect of the Family Room, create an open-air breezeway out of what was as soon as a darkish and secluded room. Continuous ridge skylights convey pure illumination into the middle of the home, and work to additional erase the boundary between in and out. The minimalist palette consists of primarily three supplies: clean-trowelled plaster, cementitious panel, and fumed-oak flooring. With a shade scheme of “one white” paint, the area is a well mannered backdrop to the colourful relationship the household enjoys with the outside, and the delicate Santa Barbara local weather. Visit DesignARC