By via www.dwell.com
Photographed by Erin Feinblatt

"Steve and Margaret Cegelski, a retired couple who invented a popular tire sealant, welcome guests to their Santa Barbara County home nearly every weekend for hiking, surfing, and horseback riding. Overnight visitors stay in the new guesthouse designed by Dan Weber of Anacapa Architecture and Steve Willson of Willson Design; the builder was Curtis Homes. A green roof helps the structure disappear into the site high above the Pacific. "We wanted to capture the quality of the setting, but with minimal impact on the land," says Weber." Read more...

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contemporary, livingroom, earth_tones, architecture, mountain views, interior design, guest house, minimal impact, interior designer, contemporary architecture, environmental architecture