Residential ArchitectureHousesMoore Residence by Hsu McCullough

Moore Residence by Hsu McCullough

Moore Residence by Hsu McCullough

Project: Moore Residence
Architects: Hsu McCullough
Structural Engineer: Parker Resnick Structural Engineering
Landscape Design: Jay Griffith Landscape
Location: Mar Vista, Los Angeles, California
Photo Credits: Dan Arnold
Text by Hsu McCullough

With a coastal Mediterranean-leaning design interest in materials and colors, this 2-story home was designed to accommodate the needs of a family of 4 while combining a simple material palette with an abundance of natural light in all rooms. The client’s main objective was to have several family gathering spaces of appropriate size throughout the property – indoor and outdoor – on both floors for kids, parents, friends and family to enjoy together at once.

Moore Residence by Hsu McCullough
There was a conscious effort during the design process to minimize the size of the bedrooms, closets and bathrooms for the greater comfort and expansiveness of the shared spaces.

Moore Residence by Hsu McCullough

Moore Residence by Hsu McCullough

Moore Residence by Hsu McCullough

Moore Residence by Hsu McCullough

Moore Residence by Hsu McCullough

Moore Residence by Hsu McCullough

Moore Residence by Hsu McCullough

Moore Residence by Hsu McCullough

Holliday 711 Apartment – The Industrial and Fun is All Over the Place

Holiday 711 apartment is the first project designed by the Brazilian studio Mezzanine Arquitetura. Mezzanine was founded in 2015 by Rômulo Teixeira and Cintia...

Balnarring Retreat / Branch Studio Architects

Architects: Branch Studio Architects Project: Balnarring Retreat Location: Balnarring, Victoria, Australia Photography: Peter Clarke Located in Victoria, Australia, the Balnarring Retreat was designed in 2016 by Branch Studio Architects. From...

Stanford Mid-Century Modern Remodel Addition by Klopf Architecture

Klopf designed a full gut remodel and major addition to bring the house into the 21st century and provide the living area needed for the client's family.

Costa Brava Weekend House by Duarte Caldas Architectural Design

The Costa Brava Weekend House project involved the renovation of two existing buildings and the construction of a new complimentary space, to create two independent dwellings designed for use by a family as a second home.

Lincoln Place Brownstone by Studio Nato

The exterior architecture is pronounced by an Italianate style from the late 1800s and spans three floors for a young couple with an additional suite on the garden level for tenancy.

Related Articles