Something we love about Ansel Adams is that he captured moments of the atmosphere interacting with the landscape. Dramatic lighting is a strong theme in his photography and that shows in nearly every one of his black and white images. He coined the term visualization – where you visualize the final image in your head before you take the photo and then, you take your materials and bring that visualization to life. Similarly, that is what we do as architects when designing a home.

Connecting the interior of a home to the outside landscape is one of the number one thing that Bohl keeps in mind while creating a space. The comfort of inside and the feeling of outside is the best of both worlds. We’re inspired by Ansel’s ability to slow down and capture unique moments of time in nature.

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