GIESE – guesthouse built of real stone inspired by the villas from central Corsica
Born from the inspiration of an 18th-century Corsican country style villa, the house has walls built of real stone imported from central Corsica. With views to the Napa Valley, the goal of this guesthouse and pool house was to maintain the same spirit present in that part of the French island. Brombal provided burnished brass windows and doors for their striking bronze-like aesthetic to combine the classical finish with a European country living style. In the same time the windows were installed in strategic positions and let the right amount of light enter the rooms and capture the outside nature.
Location: California, USA Architect: Andrew Batey Builder: Grassi Construction Dealer: CoorItalia
Brombal Features: Burnished Brass, TDL, Radius Profiles
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