Cliff House By Giulietti Schouten Architects

The Cliff House is a beautiful fashionable family home by Giulietti Schouten Architects. It’s perked on a great deal above of the Columbia River within the town of White Salmon in Washington, USA. Its remote location allows the inhabitants of this residence to fancy spectacular views of the attractive natural atmosphere that surrounds it.

Cliff House

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A narrow, kinda forest road ends at the wooded site where a steel bridge spans between tall firs and rock outcroppings to the main entry that provides a glimpse of Mt. Hood and also the Gorge. Within the two-level home, expansive views of the mountain and gorge fill the higher level through 14-foot tall south-facing windows.

Cliff House

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A staggered open set up creates individual corner views of the Gorge at every of the living and sleeping room areas. Giant roof overhangs and lower canopies at the entry and outside living areas were designed to produce shelter from the wet and windy Pacific Northwest climate.

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Cliff House

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Open stair results in a quiet lower level workplace with direct access to a personal terrace, and two guest bedrooms and a media room round out the rest of the amount. A dark exterior palette of stained cedar, ancient stucco, and dark bronze windows was chosen to mix in with the wooded site. Walnut wood was chosen for the welfare work to feature heat and distinction to the predominately white interior.

Cliff House

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Cliff House

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Cliff House

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Cliff House

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