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“We didn’t want a museum,” says Tony Belluschi of his and wife Marti’s process of refurbishing and expanding his father’s 1948 modern masterpiece. “But we had to respect it at the same time. So that’s the struggle that I personally went through for a long time.”

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Courtyard 2
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The simple, elegant insetting of glass into the home’s fir ceiling allows the window to disappear into the view.

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An old shed became a finely crafted “tea house”—and an experiment in how to live in small spaces.

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Even the backyard patio enjoys the site’s spectacular views

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The kitchen showcases Tony Belluschi’s deft remodeling touch, balancing old and new.

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The tea house, designed by Tony Belluschi and crafted by Greenline Fine Woodworking, proves that 365 square feet can feel spacious

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The original veneer “weave” of the bedroom ceiling

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