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The East Side and the hillside neighborhood of the Hollywood Hills are a part of the Santa Monica Mountains touching Studio City, Universal City, and Burbank on the North, overlooking the city of Los Angeles. See jaw-dropping architecture that defies gravity and engages with the surrounding environments. And modern interiors developed by inspired interior designers.
Saving a 1930 Spanish style house in Toluca Lake. Balancing Spanish style and contemporary addition (50% of the total sq footage) with Moorish details. All that finished with a water-wise landscaping/hardscaping.
The Wonderland Residence is a 3,700-sf remodel nestled in the Hollywood Hills of Laurel Canyon in Los Angeles, CA. The project required a scheme that allowed the experience for the homeowners to feel as though they live among the trees.
Conceived in the early 1960s to harmoniously co-exist with lush hillside surroundings, this gated view home sited high on a serene cul-de-sac was given new life by architectural alchemist Guy Painchaud in 2002, giving new meaning to the term “modernism”, and extensively renovated by the owner in 2017.
2519 Berkeley is a newly constructed home on a hillside lot in silver lake designed by CHA:COL. The design is envisioned as a series of 'steps' and platforms that sequentially connect the street level to an upper level pool deck with unparalleled views of Downtown.
Marcheeta is a house designed in the bird streets of Los Angeles. The bird streets is a neighborhood located in the Hollywood Hills and is one of LA's most exclusive and sought after enclaves known for its setting, stunning views and privacy. The house is envisioned as a 'black bird' perched on the hillside spreading its wing span to welcome the resident or guest.
The beachfront city of Santa Monica in western Los Angeles is bordered on three sides by the city of Los Angeles, the Pacific Palisades, Brentwood, Mar Vista, and Venice. Famed resort towns, these cities are the perfect landscape to play host to some of the most beautiful architecture and design with breathtaking views.
Hsu McCullough designed a contemporary, two story infill addition that bridges the detached garage of the rear yard to the existing vintage home, adding a Great Room (open kitchen/dining/den), elevated outdoor Family Room deck (2nd floor) and Master Suite for a growing family.
Jennifer Farrell transformed a 1950s eyesore on the Los Angeles hillside into Diablo Ranch: a modern farmhouse retreat in the heart of the city. The remodeled interior, exterior, and gardens feature upcycled elements throughout, and the playful spirit of the design is evident all around, including a swing in the den and a private hiking trail.
AB Design Studio designed this home as a contemporary update for the needs of a growing, modern-day family. To increase the square footage for the clients, the architects embarked on a contemporary residential remodel and addition, converting a modest, single-story home into a captivating, light-filled, two-story residence tucked away on a narrow lot.
The Rear Window house is a discreet yet decidely modern addition+remodel to a seventy-year-old bungalow in an area full of intact dwellings of the same era. The owner’s growing family necessitated extending the master suite into the backyard, which culminates in an expansive rear bedroom window that hovers above a pool of water.
This home is a SFR that was redesigned to fit its growing family of five. It's original aesthetic of a spanish bungalow was mixed with a warm and inviting modern mix and mash of first and second stories.