• Type
  • Location
    Dollar Point, CA
  • Area
    4,700 SF
  • Architect
    Sagan Design Group


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About Project

This 4,700-square-foot home on the Lake Tahoe waterfront was constructed on a steel frame to achieve structural performance and meet code requirements while managing the cost of the project against the overall budget. To give the dwelling a log cabin effect, our team hand-crafted large-scale false beams to cover the structural steel elements and clad the ceiling in wood panels. The exterior of the home is faced with hand-chiseled Adirondack blue granite, 1×10 clear red cedar cladding and ornamental iron hand-forged in the Tahoe basin by a local blacksmithing family. There are four decks, a stone-clad entry portico and gabled eaves with curved timbers and copper flashing. Lighting is managed by a state-of-the art lighting control system and the large gourmet kitchen features high-end appliances, custom knotty alder cabinets and seamless rainforest green granite countertops.

Part of successful site management is mitigating issues by respecting the neighborhood and the surrounding environment. We worked within the tight, rocky slope of the property, protecting landscaping that the client had already put in place and keeping neighbors informed of working hours. At Lake Tahoe, there are additional requirements governing project sites to ensure runoff from earth moving and other construction does not negatively impact lake water quality.

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