The Jackson Residence
  This residence started out as a remodel and addition of an existing vacation home. The owner lives in Vermont and had hired two architects from his hometown to design something interesting for him. Needless to say, he achieved a very unique design.
  You will notice the use of tree trunks in the carport area and on the inside of the house. During the build process, we harvested these trees from the owner's property, transported them to the job site, and installed them where you see them in the photographs. The seven foot diameter redwood round section was locally obtained and inlayed into the stained concrete. Another section of this same piece of wood was carved into a headboard for the master bedroom. Locally obtained materials were used throughout the house, such as the tan oak floors, solid redwood front door, redwood burl tables, interior barn wood siding, and much more.
  This was a really fun project, although sometimes a little frustrating. The architects ~ Jim Sanford and Dave Sellers ~ were onsite about once a month and would design many features as we progressed. My job was to interpret those sketches into what you see in the pictures. All in all, it was a very rewarding experience.
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