In life, Audrey Emmons understood the meaning of breaking new ground. After all, she was the first female architect to be employed by esteemed Bay Area architect, William Wurstler, in the 1950’s. In the 80’s, Emmons was commissioned by her friend to build a family home in Stinson Beach. The result was a transcendant home that quietly merges with the natural beauty that surrounds it. Light infused, open spaces, connect with both water and mountain. Materials are natural and understated. The walls were designed to feature the homeowners art and the T-shaped structure created two courtyards aimed for congregation.
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