This pretty little stay/work residence situated in Echo Park in Los Angeles, California was as soon as a 1923 clapboard home, however when architectural designers Louis Molina and Laurent Turin of Good Idea Studio purchased it, they knew it was the right area for his or her residence and workplace. Upstairs is a 578-sq. foot dwelling space that Molina and Turn take turns occupying, whereas downstairs they share the workplace area. They spent about $sixty two,000 transforming the in and out, reworking the inside right into a livable area for 2 designers.
The inside is actually one massive room with a toilet within the center, dividing it up. They used MDF as partitions and put in numerous giant home windows and sliding doorways and tracks to make the area really feel ethereal and open. On the outside, they designed a customized railing, which is one among my favourite parts of the house. Read the entire story at Dwell.
Photos by Heather Culp.