La Canada Mid-Century Residence Blends In With The Surrounding Nature


The foothills of Sierra Madre from California hold an impressive looking house made from wood, stone, glass and steel. The residence is known as La Canada Mid-Century and was developed by Osborn Architects and Jamie Bush & Co, the second team being responsible for the interior design. The team of architects and designers focused on offering a natural aspect to the home, thus creating a close relationship between the house and its beautiful natural surroundings. The result delivers, as the residence blends in with the near-by trees through the predominant use of wood and its natural color palette.

The floor to ceiling glass walls offer a feeling of transparency and bathe the interior in natural light, enhancing the aspect of the spacious living spaces. The large openings also provide the inhabitants with some splendid views of the landscape.

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