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Via Roblada Residence

This home site, formerly a nursery, now showcases a unique home that incorporates both contemporary and traditional architectural features. The exterior stone was hand carved in Mexico. The entry stairs are very unique – virtually freestanding and clad in plaster and recycled redwood. The redwood handrail for these stairs proved challenging given its unique shape.


The entire first floor and perimeter Loggia and patio are finished in custom-made 8” cement tile from Nicaragua. The entire home and patio areas utilize radiant floor heating.


For the second floor, salvaged redwood was cleaned, repaired, and split lengthwise to create a distinctive flooring material with an antique look.


Every interior door in this home is salvaged. Likewise, the majority of the door hardware was collected through the years and reused. With the collaboration of the entire team, this home is an example of beauty and quality unsurpassed in the area.

Architect: Henry Lenny Design Studio
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