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Designed by architect Cliff May as his personal residence, the Ranch House is located in the Sullivan Canyon in LA. The goal was to reinstate the original open plan layout while preserving the integrity of May’s exposed wood beam and rafter structure. With its large ridge skylight, the great room acts as the focal point of the house, containing the main living space and kitchen. The interior space also features custom walnut cabinetry and polished concrete floors. experimental ranch
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Love the sky light! New Ranch House, photograph by Joe Fletcher, courtesy Marmol Radziner
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Cliff May Residence. The Experimental Ranch is a great example of how a home can be revived to feel larger and brighter. Skylights and large expansive windows bring in natural light and illuminate the existing wood beams and rafters. The kitchen, living room, and dining room occupy a single, open space that acts as the focal point of the home.
High Ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, exposed brick wall, hard-wood floors. Mmmm...
love the plant cluster and the light
hello, amazing space.
Dream House, assembly required. / Living room
i want to live here
wow factor with the structural members and glass
that's what i call a great loft,i would spent my whole life in there....
Abandoned but windows, skylight and stairs were lovely at one time
Someday ill have windows like this
Drooooling over the exposed concrete, the cozy fireplace, clean lines, and enormous windows letting in filtered natural light.
Staghorn fern hangs in the space beneath the skylight in Peter Dunham and Linnea Gits’ Chicago home. 7_linnea
This looks like the hallway of my NYC apartment and brings back great memories -- exposed brick entraceway