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Maiden Stone makes “Marin Modern”


Photographer: Patrick Argast

Modern meets rustic in this Mill Valley masterpiece, where clean lines and thoughtful composition invite the light and scenery of Marin County inside. Bay area architect, Stephen Willrich, borrows inspiration from a Mid-Century Modern style.

Photographer: Patrick Argast

Set atop majestic Mount Tam, the home’s architectural and landscape design is appropriately responsive to its surrounding neighborhood and setting. Natural materials and a neutral color palette complement the topography, while large windows keep the outdoors close, filling the space with light.


Versatile Sterling Limestone is used for the veneer, walls and interior paving–a stunning example of multi-use in modeling an outdoor entertaining space. Blasen Landscape Architecture let the stone set the stage for life best enjoyed from the patio and infinity edge pool, which overlook terraced gardens and California’s coastline.


Photographer: Patrick Argast

Photographer: Patrick Argast

On the interior, smart, high-end finishes, courtesy of frequent Maiden Stone collaborator and AD100 designer, Ken Fulk, achieve an informal elegance with this property.


Photographer: Patrick Argast

Photographer: Patrick Argast

The resulting home perfectly complements the beauty and scenic wonder of Marin, boasting views of Mount Tam, the Bay, San Fran and the surrounding canyon, seldom beat..


Spotlight on Sterling


Credits

Ken Fulk - Interior Designer

Stephen Willrich Design - Architect

Eric Blasen - Landscape Architect

Patrick Argast - Photographer


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