For a private residence in Martis Camp, brick designed in harmony with the wooded mountain setting.

The surrounding mountains and woods inspired this residence’s material palette and unobtrusive silhouette.

Living room with view home interior design ©brick-inc
The beautiful natural setting meant expansive views were a must in this home.

The project was conceived as a series of smaller structures set into the hillside to avoid the height and bulk of a single, large building. The house is distinctly modern in form, detail, and the use of materials such as steel and concrete, and simultaneously remains warm and inviting through the use of friendly lighting and natural materials such as cedar.

Distinctly modern, yet still warm and inviting.

Interior view living room kitchen home architecture design ©brick-inc

The project was designed as a series separate of structures that knit together within the landscape. Phase 2 of these structures will be built in Spring 2019.

Dining area huge window natural light modern rural home ©brick-inc
Structural: Thornton Tomasetti | Civil: Sandis | MEP: Integral | Landscape: Creo

For a private residence in Martis Camp, brick designed in harmony with the wooded mountain setting.

The surrounding mountains and woods inspired this residence’s material palette and unobtrusive silhouette. The beautiful natural setting meant expansive views were a must in this home.

Living room with view home interior design ©brick-inc

The project was conceived as a series of smaller structures set into the hillside to avoid the height and bulk of a single, large building. The house is distinctly modern in form, detail, and the use of materials such as steel and concrete, and simultaneously remains warm and inviting through the use of friendly lighting and natural materials such as cedar.

Distinctly modern, yet still warm and inviting.

2016 Telegraph Oakland Apartment Building Exterior Design Architecture by brick.

The project was designed as a series separate of structures that knit together within the landscape. Phase 2 of these structures will be built in Spring 2019.

Dining area huge window natural light modern rural home ©brick-inc
Structural: Thornton Tomasetti | Civil: Sandis | MEP: Integral | Landscape: Creo