"As the project architect, I appreciated Dan's attention to design concerns which most General Contractor's overlook and specifically his care for proper execution of the details."
Michael Holiday AIA, LEED AP Principal Architect
for over 100 years
This charming, craftsman farmhouse, conceptually designed by Brian Ceamal, is filled with “green” features. The Corten steel roof, 100 year old hand-adzed recycled beams, and second generation barn-wood siding from Idaho, are not only environmentally friendly, but add authenticity to the design. The home is appointed with many recycled treasures-salvaged plumbing fixtures, custom made light fixtures, interior plank wood paneling, salvaged limestone countertops, and a beautiful limestone fireplace mantle. Since the original barn that was situated on this building site had to be removed to complete the lot split, we decided to recreate a “barn” as the central theme and simply add the house to it. The “barn” garage is graced with a legal granny unit and is accented with an authentic hay pulley form the 1800s.