The design of new homes in old town – Sugar Bowl By jmA Architecture
This is a house designed by John Maniscalco Architecture in an old village in California. “Sugar Bowl“, Located not far from company headquarters, this is one product of a dramatic environment.
Supported by concrete pillars, which serves as an elevator from the assault of snow, this is the architectural projects that are equipped with a roof of curved planar simple. Views drifts horizontal snow and pine trees resulting from redundant measurement geometry.
In addition to the entrance, boot room, room service, children and guest rooms as well as in put on the ground floor. While the living room with mountain views, bedroom and bathroom, lounge fill the top chamber.
[image courtesy | Matthew Millman]