This Harrison Design American Arts and Crafts residence was inspired by the work of Frank Lloyd Wright and the historic Gamble House in Pasadena. A series of low-pitched roofs with broad overhangs and exposed brackets and rafters accentuate the home’s horizontal line. The interior features ledger stone walls and columns, connecting the exterior. In the two-story living room, the fireplace mantle was made from a large stone quarried on site. Artisans hand crafted numerous design elements, including the entry’s stained-glass Tree of Life triptych and the mortise-and-tenon joinery of the central staircase.

Photographer: John Umberger
Interior Designer: Harrison Design
Landscape Designer: Joe A. Gayle & Associates
General Contractor: Jones & Jones Premier Builders