This East aspect trendy house designed by Techentin Buckingham Architecture, Inc. is situated in Los Feliz, a hip space of LA.
From the architect:
This home is the results of a number of design methods pursued in parallel. It opens as much as the encompassing views and heritage timber of the neighborhood whereas concurrently endeavoring to take care of privateness inside. The design consists of and experiments with quite a lot of trendy and conventional sustainable methods akin to excessive-efficiency glass and conventional strategies of pure cooling. The spatial relationships between the rooms helps induce and orchestrate air flows, whereas concurrently organizing the show and conservation of an artwork assortment. The overlap between these methods allowed for distinctive and enjoyable design alternatives.
The design re-used the foundations and chosen supplies of the prevailing home. The constructing envelope consists of a black-painted, redwood ‘rain-display’ positioned over Hypalon rubber siding to shade the partitions. The kitchen makes use of Polygal greenhouse siding to modulate the morning mild. A number of excessive-efficiency glass techniques have been used all through.
Top photographs courtesy of Techentin Buckingham Architecture, Inc. All different photographs by Julie Karatzis of Cartoules Letterpress.
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