Baran Studio Architecture is behind the design of the 62nd Street residence in Oakland, California. Built on a large, urban lot, the house makes the most of every square inch of land possible by spreading out to the perimeter.
Warm wood details are carried from the exterior to the interior of the home and are used to trim out built-in bookcases and to cover entire walls.
Wood beams run in both directions in parts of the main living area.
A series of randomly placed George Nelson Bubble Lamps float above in the dining room and kitchen.
The wooden beams continue from the inside to the outdoors almost creating a pergola over part of the patio.
An exterior, wooden wall is outfitted with shelves that hold plants.