Nestled at the base of Sonoma Mountain, this 200-acre site marks a ten year collaboration of site evaluation, master planning, vineyard and cider orchard planting, ancillary structure development, and the recent completion of the Main House.
A strong agricultural vocabulary was developed relying on the repetitious potency of patterned windrows, hedgerows, vineyards, and orchard grids. ‘Domestic landscapes’ were developed as interventions within the greater agricultural landscape.
The project is an assemblage of buildings within a carefully modulated landscape, a modern villa framed in an agrarian setting.
MFLA began with the vineyard assessment and development. Vineyard layouts and agricultural requirements greatly informed the master plan with agricultural patterning taking precedent.
Aidlin Darling Design
Cello & Maudru Construction