Dubbed the Camino Capistrano, the project featured here is a two-story, roughly 9,000-square-foot home. It features a four-story garage, its own gym and home theater, and a custom-designed wine wall. The home wraps around a central courtyard garden with an indoor pond and a 20-foot tall green wall. Outside, the home has various entertainment spaces, including outdoor dining and lounging areas and a cliff-top swimming pool and jacuzzi.
The firm behind this wonderful project, FoxLin Architects, is the brainchild of Juintow Lin and Michael Fox. The two came together in 2005 to start the firm and initially took on only a few select residential projects each year to ensure the quality of their work. As time passed, they led their team to become one of the area’s most recognizable firms, with distinctions from organizations such as the American Institute of Architects (AIA). The firm is also known for incorporating sustainable elements into their homes.
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