A winery and residence, this home is nestled in the hills of Paso Robles wine country. Large stone boulders that had been unearthed during the planting of a vineyard now form the curved wall behind the upper terrace of the pool. Additional stones were placed throughout the landscape as stepping-stones and visual appeal.
The palate of mostly natives and Mediterranean plants blends itself with the natural landscape. The muhlenbergia turns golden brown in the late fall transitioning the more floriferous part of the garden with the rolling golden hills in the distance.
The pool was designed with a strong architectural connection to the home by using modern rectilinear lines while also serving the added purpose of housing a hidden pool cover. The strong lines on the pool are emphasized in the cut stone compared to the soft natural stone and curve of the upper wall.