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Architect Visit: Turnbull Griffin Haesloop in Northern California

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Architect Visit: Turnbull Griffin Haesloop in Northern California

October 4, 2010

Founded by the late Bay Area architect William Turnbull (who worked with Charles Moore on the iconic Sea Ranch development on the Pacific Coast), San Francisco firm Turnbull Griffin Haesloop, under the leadership of partners Mary Griffin, Eric Haesloop, and Stefan Hastrup, continues to specialize in simple, vernacular structures “rooted in the environment, with particular attention paid to topography, microclimate, vegetation, and solar orientation,” according to the firm. Go to Turnbull Griffin Haesloop to see more of the firm’s work.

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Above: A Sea Ranch residence features two structures connected by a deck.

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Above three photos: Another Sea Ranch residence features a built-in dining area off the kitchen.

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Above: A guesthouse in a Sebastopol residence.

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Above: A recent project south of San Francisco focuses inward on a manmade pond, garden, and pool. Large sliding glass doors open directly out to the pond and terrace.

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Above: Despite the hot climate, the house is not air-conditioned, but passively cooled with a combination of overhangs, shades, and operable windows.

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Above: The house features many green building materials, including high fly-ash concrete, formaldehyde-free casework, and denim insulation.

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Above: All the main rooms open to the outdoors for a seamless indoor/outdoor feel.

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