Fall House by Fougeron Architecture

Sep 8, 2015

Category: Living

Take a gorgeously-designed house and it can probably impress regardless of where it lies, but place it in a dramatic setting, and that house instantly becomes something more memorable. The Fall House by Fougeron Architecture is an eye-catching home with a breathtaking setting.

The three-bedroom house is set in the gorgeous Californian landscape, embedded within a cliff that sits 250 feet above the ocean. The design allows for breathtaking views from virtually anywhere in the home, as it has floor-to-ceiling windows. It has a balcony set to overlook the Pacific, as well as an astounding view from the kitchen, allowing gorgeous views to accompany your morning cup of coffee. The house also contains an impressively tall bookcase/shelving unit that’s custom designed for the room it sits in.

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