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Set in a lush meadow with oaks and a spring fed pond, this 2,950 sf house is designed for indoor/outdoor summer living. The house and auxiliary structures, including a pool house and guest house, frame views out to the pool, pond and landscape beyond. The house has a green roof and a cool roof, operable windows, and large overhangs. Photovoltaic panels power the heat pump for the in-slab radiant heat and solar hot water panels heat the pool. Loisos and Ubbelohde provided energy modeling, California Title 24 code compliance documentation, and assisted the architects to achieve passive thermal performance that delivers comfort without the use of air conditioning.


Outdoor living space

Entry elevation

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Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects

Sonoma, CA

Occupied, 2016
AIA Redwood Empire Architecture Design Merit Award, 2018

Custom Home Design Merit Award, 2018

AIA East Bay Exceptional Residential Design Awards Merit Award, 2016

Poolhouse trellis

Images by Matthew Millman, courtesy of TGH Architects.