our lovely principals are featured in the latest issue of Dwell Magazine showcasing their 1972 residence designed by the late architect, david boone.

orpilla alexander residence portrait studio

“That search for a work-from-home Cibola might end in Orinda, California, in the hills east of Berkeley, at the house of Primo Orpilla and Verda Alexander. It seems too perfect: two pods split by a sky bridge, one for working, one for sleeping, plus a dedicated studio. But its reality is as complex as its vision is simple. Can you really divide your life into just two categories, leisure and toil? And if you could, would you?”

read the rest of the story over at Dwell here:  Undivided Intentions