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Aqua Terra

on harness creek

APTLY NAMED “AQUA TERRA,” this home embraces views of Harness Creek and a neighboring vineyard. Form and function converge in the use of expansive glass panels such as a 16-foot foldaway glass wall connecting the kitchen and dining area to a large screened-in porch. Notable features include a three-story metal and wood floating staircase with glass rail; an interior lap pool visible through a glass wall from an interior corridor; a glass enclosed wine cellar, and a magnificent glass cube pool house with fire element. Integration of striking artistic components such as a painted glass interior panel from Israel, a 27-foot custom chandelier, and a custom dining credenza stone top laden with imprints of Goniatites and Orthoceras fossils render a fascinating and unusual interior. 

Architecture & Interiors