Glass Houses: Wood-Crafted Residence in Carmel, Calif.

Created by renowned architect John Marsh Davis famous for his "Forgotten Modern" design, this extraordinary residence is replete with an ambiance of warm, organic design.

Photo By: Alain Pinel Realtors, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Alain Pinel Realtors, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Alain Pinel Realtors, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Alain Pinel Realtors, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Alain Pinel Realtors, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Alain Pinel Realtors, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Alain Pinel Realtors, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Alain Pinel Realtors, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Alain Pinel Realtors, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Alain Pinel Realtors, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Wood-Crafted Residence in Carmel, Calif.: Redwood-Framed House

While redwood reigns inside, teak is the wood of choice for the deck. From there, floating stairs lead to a tiered water feature. The home is surrounded by a seven-acre, award-winning garden designed by Paul Leffingwell. 

Standing Seam Copper Roof

The home is situated atop a private 20-acre knoll overlooking Carmel-by-the-Sea. The standing seam roof features 18,000 square feet of imported copper.

Open Kitchen Wows With Redwood Beams

General contractor George Lino joined architect John Marsh Davis on the Carmel project. The marvelous home, with its redwood-centric design, took four years to complete.

Craftsman Kitchen With Chef-Grade Appliances

The abundance of redwood is broken up by stainless steel once you reach the chef kitchen. The space is stocked with heavy-duty appliances, cabinet storage and track lighting.

Stainless Steel-Topped Kitchen Island

The stainless steel countertop not only protects the top of the kitchen island, it's a durable work surface. Double prep sinks and an industrial range hood lend a no-nonsense, commercial kitchen feel.

Open Dining Room With Detailed Woodcraft

Created by architect John Marsh Davis, famous for his "Forgotten Modern" design, this extraordinary residence is replete with detailed woodcraft and natural light.

Wood-Paneled Dining Room With Rustic Chandelier

Tall, unadorned windows brighten the heavily-paneled dining room. While the dining table may be narrow, the piece makes up for it with its generous length. A heavy chandelier tops off the rustic look.

Stunning Craftsman Living Room

Drawing strength from Frank Lloyd Write’s philosophy of organic architecture, every element of the 8,000-square-foot home was designed in relation to one another. From the Mission-style furniture to the exposed beams, the home is alive with Craftsman character.

Organic Architecture at its Finest

The interior of the 1980s home — with its eye-catching post-and-beam framework — is decked with kiln-dried redwood, Douglas fir floors and cherry tansu cabinetry.

Quiet Home Office With Craftsman Charm

The charming study features a wood-burning fireplace, contemporary sofa and sturdy wood desk. A traditional rug grounds the quiet, subdued seating area.

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