A hillside luxury home in Berkeley, California, featuring Western Window Systems’ innovative door systems and windows, received major press coverage recently when it was featured in the San Francisco Chronicle.
The 4,000-square-foot four-bedroom, four-bathroom home has made a splash as this year’s Sunset magazine Idea House, an annual series that showcases innovations in Western design. Western Window Systems is an annual participant of the Idea House, including the 2015 home in Denver.
“We’re thrilled to be part of this project,” says Andrew Darr, Western Window Systems’ vice president of custom sales. “Our products are designed for indoor-outdoor living, and they fit perfectly with the sophisticated and easygoing lifestyle of the East Bay.”
In describing the $2.8 million home in the Berkeley Hills, the Chronicle writes: “Location, prestige, and luxury — this freshly built four-bedroom combines it all.”
The 2016 Idea House, which includes Western Window Systems’ sliding glass doors leading out to five decks overlooking the San Francisco Bay as well as floor-to-ceiling windows, will be featured in the November 2016 issue of Sunset. The home also features an artist’s studio, wine cellar, and game room.
Berkeley-based architect Robert Nebolon, who was named 2015’s “HGTV Fresh Face of Design,” teamed up with Landmark Development Corporation and designer Lauren Geremia, recognized by Forbes (“30 Under 30”) and Architectural Digest (“Ones to Watch”), to create the contemporary home.
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