Dwell Magazine told about two architects' vision turned reality. When Sherry Scott and John Kosich started building a home in the Sierra Nevada, they knew some of the challenges they would encounter. They knew leveling the site would require dynamite and patience. They didn't expect it to cost more than double what they had budgeted, however. Initial challenges did not discourage the couple from completing the project to satisfaction, down to the smallest details. A concrete foundation provides insulation against harsh winters. Wood is featured throughout the entire home as a nod to its natural surroundings. Marvin windows trimmed in Douglas fir pair with wooden cabinets, bookshelves and banisters.
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