Poggenpohl featured in exclusive Ranch O|H weekend retreat home designed around a magnificent 100-year old Valley Oak tree
Poggenpohl brings modern serenity to the progressive Ranch O|H residence created both as a weekend retreat and base camp for outdoor activities. The active couple's home combines lodge details while maintaining a modern Californian architectural aesthetic. The interior material palette is composed of cedar-clad ceilings, oil-rubbed steel, and exposed concrete floors. Strategic layering of the site, materials, and dynamic indoor-outdoor spaces, created a uniquely elegant, yet grounded retreat.
Preserving a magnificent 100-year-old Valley Oak, the building shifts and weaves beneath the tree's canopy, framing a central courtyard so it can easily be seen from any area of the home. Architect Jonathan Feldman, of Feldman Architecture, focuses on a minimalistic design style complete with custom Poggenpohl kitchens designed by I-Ching Ueng of Poggenpohl San Francisco.
"Poggenpohl was a natural choice for the Ranch O/H kitchen due to the brand's attention to quality construction and clean lines," states Jonathan Feldman, founding partner of Feldman Architecture and director of design. "A stunning range of finishes from crisp white surfaces, to rich grain veneers gave us an extensive palette to work with, while modern details paired with hardware and fittings offered the sough after counterpoint to this traditional ranch home."
"We made use of every square inch which is why Poggenpohl was such a perfect fit with our integrated storage solutions," said I-Ching Ueng, Senior Designer and Studio Manager of Poggenpohl San Francisco. "While it's very minimal and clean, the selection of finishes and layout gives Ranch O|H a lot of warmth. It feels cozy inside for such a modern home." Ueng utilized a teak lava textured veneer finish on the back of the island to ground the lacquer Blossom white cabinet finish and provide warmth to balance the space and connect with the tree visible just outside.
Ranch O/H covers 4,063 square feet and is located on a ridge above the fog in the Santa Lucia Preserve of Carmel, California.
The Design Team includes: Groza Construction, Bernard Trainor + Associates, Strandberg Engineering, Toni Ambus Design, MetroEighteen, Kim Cladas Lighting Design, Shading by Engineered Environments, Photography by Joe Fletcher and cabinetry/kitchen design by Poggenpohl.
Poggenpohl has been designing and producing luxury kitchens at its factory in Herford, Germany for over 120 years, making it the world's longest-established and most renowned kitchen brand. Customized, high-end kitchens delivered to more than 70 countries are created in a manufacturing and assembly area of 54,000 m2. A global network of 450 Poggenpohl studios with highly skilled designers fulfills customers' ideals of a tailor-made kitchen.
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