Boise House – Alteration to an Existing 1930 Spanish Colonial House

Boise House

This is a alteration to an existing 1930 Spanish colonial house in Mar Vista, Los Angeles. Boise House was completed by Hsu McCullough, a licensed architecture practice led by principals Peggy Hsu, AIA and Chris McCullough. The project focused on reuse and repurposing of rustic lumber, vintage steel windows, and vintage wood doors as well as introducing contemporary wood cabinetry and bespoke light fixtures. The house was extended with private outdoor living spaces with fire pit and raised decks. Photography by Clark Dugger 

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