Here at KLAD we often use specific lighting instruments, gobos, and gels to design lighting for our set design projects. Here, a series of cantilevers and recesses create a rhythm for nature’s lights to show off pattern shadows on a modern home designed by architect David Jameson. The series of cubes, with frameless windows and edges of the flat roof that are flush with the facade gives the home a lush softness that disguises the number of floors, and shows a gracious, minimal massing.
The interior is light, spacious and airy, with open staircases and lovely peeks through well placed windows of the forest like surroundings.
While I’m often quick to criticize the architecture of our current era, I’m also gratified to find a project that really works. The architect has created a smartly designed, gorgeous home that fits the surroundings and takes advantage of the amazing light that nature creates. This home shines at night, as the interior lighting softly illuminates the smart very livable interior.