Upon construction, Signature Homes provided both general contracting and construction administration services, as well as completing the design and detailing of exterior and interior finishes and the home’s many unique design elements. After the infamous Kincade Fire burned the project to the ground at 85% completion, the team immediately began again, obtaining the first building permit issued after the fire and navigating the clients through the abatement, insurance, and re-permitting processes. Less than 18 months later, the team had the clients in their home – the first project to be completed after the devastating fire.

The house is arranged in three zones with a voluminous great room and kitchen at the center, a master suite wing to the north and a guest wing with four individual suites to the south. A separate barn set 300 feet from the house provides additional room for entertaining. Resilient synthetic cementitious board siding on the exterior and near xeriscape landscaping help make the structure low maintenance and fire resilient.

Every detail is precisely orchestrated, from tile layouts, to placing of pulls, to the alignment of finishes with every opening. Custom steel fireplaces designed in a reverse board-and-batten mimic board-formed concrete on the exterior and are in turn reflected in the great room’s custom range hood. In contrast with the contemporary interior, a wine room is designed as a post-and-beam structure assembled from reclaimed timbers from Mare Island and antique steel racks, its layout and rustic materials entirely designed and carried out by the Signature Homes team.