By admin • Oct 23, 2011
Los Angeles-based studio Shimizu and Coggeshall Architects has remodeled and extended the 25th Street Residence, a 1920’s house that was in need of improvements and redesign.
Completed in 2010, the now 2,785 square foot contemporary residence is located in Santa Monica, an upscale beachfront city in western Los Angeles County, California.
This 9,236 square foot single-family home is located at 1518 Bel Air Road, in the hills of the Westside of the city of Los Angeles, California.
Developed by Dream Project LA (DPLA), the house features six beds and ten baths, a three car garage and an infinity edge pool with breathtaking mountain top views!
Offered at $14 million, the house eventually sold for $12 million.
Based in California and Switzerland, XTEN Architecture has designed Nakahouse, an extrem remodel of a 1960’s hillside single family home located high in the Hollywood Hills in Los Angeles, just below the Hollywood sign.
The team at XTEN explained that “the existing home was built as a series of interconnected terraced spaces on the down slope property.”
Los Angeles-based studio Johnston Marklee & Associates has designed the Hill House project.
Completed in 2004, the 3,600 square foot single family residence sits on an irregular hillside lot in Pacific Palisades, an affluent neighborhood and district within Los Angeles, California.
The building results of from two economically driven demands: to maximize the allowable volume permitted by the zoning code, and to minimize the amount of foundations and subsequent footprint of the house.
The Farrell House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright Jr. in 1926, is centered around a romantic courtyard and includes a private yard and pool.
This two bedroom, three bathroom 1,883 square foot residence is located in Los Feliz, a hilly neighborhood in the Hollywood district of Los Angeles, California.
The one-story home features original Wright-designed details and is centered around a romantic courtyard and includes a private yard and pool.
Los Angeles-based architect Rob Wellington Quigley has designed the Alden Residence, a wood and concrete home on the prestigious Beverly Park Drive in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California.
Built in 1999, the 13,081 square foot luxury home belongs to David Alden, a theater and film director who specializes in post-modernist opera design.
The 700 Palms Residence was designed by California-based Ehrlich Architects.
According to the architect, the objective for this eco-friendly home located in Venice, California was to design a high-performance residence that dissolves the barriers between indoors and outdoors and have the smallest carbon footprint in balance with lifestyle.
Completed in 2008, this six bedroom, eight and half bathroom contemporary home sits on over 2 acres in the Brentwood district of Los Angeles, California.
The approximately 11,000 square foot residence features walls of glass, head on city and ocean views, state of the art theater, wine cellar, commercial kitchen, spectacular pool, waterfall, spa and total privacy.
Anthony Coscia, principal in Coscia Day Architecture and Design, created for himself and his wife a 2,250 square foot home on a 40 ft wide suburban lot in the artistic neighbourhood of Venice, Los Angeles, in California.
The Skywave house is a hovering sculptural form emerging from a single articulated plane that contorts to produce unique interior spaces over a tall-glassed in first level.
A curved sheet of steel provides shade and protection, while the increased sense of space is accomplished with large glass walls, an enclosed outdoor living room and the multi level open plan.
This gated masterpiece is situated on 2.3 acres in Holmby Hills, one the three most exclusive neighborhoods of Los Angeles, California.
Designed in 1949 by famous local architect Archibald Quincy Jones, this essay of modernist glamor highlights the renaissance of two movements presiding over architectural thinking today: Mid-Century modern & Hollywood modern.
The 11,511 square foot residence was offered at $24,950,000 in June 2010, and sold six months later for $14,888,000…