41 House by Fuse Architecture in Los Gatos, California

Project: 41 House
Architects: Fuse Architecture
Location: Los Gatos, California, USA
Area: 2,859 sf
Photographs by: Interface Visual

41 House by Fuse Architecture

The 41 House project is a stunning luxurious dwelling located in Los Gatos, California, on a parcel of land in the Black Ridge Vineyard Estates. The home was designed by Fuse Architecture who were tasked to design a contemporary home for a client who is a professional motorcycle racer, and the number 41 is actually his racing number.

This home is one of four parcels of land in the Black Ridge Vineyard Estates.

The client was a professional motorcycle rider who was looking to create a one of a kind home for him.

The home was designed and built around two main components; the views, and movement, similar to a track with the curved circulation paths and roofs.

The exterior windows capture the amazing surrounding mountain views, while allowing natural light in the winter and minimizing the direct sun in the summer months.

Named after our clients racing number, this home serves as a showpiece to his motorcycle career and is personalized with one of his recent race bikes being featured in his entry way.

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Tags: California, contemporary, exterior, fuse architecture, house 41, interior, Los Gatos

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