Not in Kans - er, Silicon Valley anymore, this serial entrepreneur makes a hideaway home with just the right design story. Settled under industrial pendant lights and among reclaimed white-wash planking details and vintage treasures, the rustic-modern bungalow pays homage to a homely, rural aura. In his Marcel Breuer Wassily chair or at the early Baroque-style desk, the garret is a sanctuary to shut out the working world and effectively shut off for the hard working city boy with a the soul of a rancher. The wall-less area has been thoughtfully zoned to maximize the space and invests in expansive details like the skylight and the reclaimed wooden planks separating the office from lounge. Even the bathroom and kitchen feels at once sophisticated with a distinct nod to a rich, memory-trodden life. Finally, a reading nook provides a further escape from city life, allowing the reader to travel as far as his mind will take him.