The Cabin inhabits a draw in the redwood forest at The Sea Ranch. Approached from the road below, a path winds through trees up the side of an incline to where the house steps in two directions up the slope. From a porch, which glimpses a view up the center of the draw alongside the house. Stairs ascend inside along the wall towards great panes of glass , which frame a view of massive trunks rhythmically pacing in clusters up towards the far ridge. The high ceiling and position of lights play an important part in making the home a welcoming and comfortable place. Look at the pictures and let yourself engulfed by the beauty and seamless naturalness that comes from this nested forest home.
How do they know the paintings are about the area they were painted in and not something they transposed from other artwork and even writing? They assume that.