Set on seven acres and nestled within the pinot noir vineyard, this modern farmhouse was designed to capture views, some expansive and some specially framed. The "twin" forms are separated by use, one for the voluminous living area and one for private areas. The "between" spaces are for entry and kitchen with a casual loft above, open to the living room. The interiors have been designed to blur the lines between indoor and out and to keep the rural palette of materials and textures reminiscent of the traditional, but with a modern sensibility. Both inside and out share horizontal siding, batten detailing, hog wire, and rough hewn beams and posts. The steel and tile fireplace anchor the hearth as the heart of the home. This project was featured in both Residential Design magazine and in Contemporist in December of 2017.