Hillside Gipsy House in Berkeley, California

Hillside Gipsy House in Berkeley, California

Designed by Architect Craig Steely on a steep sloping acre lot in Berkeley, California, the Gipsy House is a modernish structure with a rich natural wooden exterior that adds to its natural appeal. With one part of the house buried into the hillside and the other one— mostly glass, cantilevering toward the view, the contemporary design is all about details, sharp edges and quality furnishings. While on the interior a “floating” staircase dominates the whole living area with its stylish wood and glass, on the outside, the strong connection with nature is all that matters. Simplicity at its best …

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  • Sue | Design April 28, 2009 at 08:47 AMLogin to Reply →

    Wow, this is a beautiful home, I just love the views and those floating stairs. For me when looking at a home the kitchen and bathroom are the rooms that have to sell me and this home has both which would grab me and sell me into buying this home.

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