A gently winding set of exposed aggregate concrete pads leads to the Wabi House’s front door. Mariscal sought to “hide the house behind a dense forest front yard.” As the crape myrtles grow in, they will further filter the home’s facade.
Tropical house design with natural small garden inspiration. spacious 4500 square feet including the house and interior garden. They used natural materials to allow sunlight into the interior of the home. Designed by Rockefeller Partners Architects.
During construction, Mariscal’s team adjusted the design to accommodate the boughs of an old pine tree in the backyard. The unique detail imbues the home with a spirit of wabi-sabi—or beauty through imperfection. Courtesy of DANIEL HENNESSY PHOTOGRAPHY.