The Corner Pocket House is a complete transformation of a cramped 1950’s bungalow into a modest contemporary dwelling with newly invigorated common spaces. Our clients carefully considered the needs of their five-person family, and requested a high-quality, single-story home of moderate area,
Edward Ogosta Architecture
Edward Ogosta Architecture is passionate about bringing inventive thinking and hard work to perfect each project. Our expertise encompasses programming, planning, and design of a wide range of building types, including cultural facilities, higher education buildings, creative office interiors, museums, high-end residences, and multifamily housing. Whether our clients have a modest or substantial project, and are local or international, Edward Ogosta Architecture is dedicated to engaging both the practical objectives and unique opportunities of each commission.
Our approach considers every design problem with rigorous conceptual thought, balanced with the pragmatics of program, budget, site, construction, and craft. We work inclusively with our clients: to identify requirements, to address contingencies, to imagine possibilities, to move thoughtfully through a problem, and to discover methods for providing intentioned yet specific solutions to real needs. Our most successful projects have both an openness and specificity, so that change may occur but the fundamental ideas remain intact. We seek buildings that make intuitive sense at every scale, from the broadest notions of site planning, down to the feel of a door lever in one's hand.
LOCATION: Los Angeles, California
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Rear Window House, the private family residence of Edward Ogosta, AIA, is a discreet yet decidedly modern addition and remodel to a 1944 bungalow in an area abundant with intact dwellings of the same era. Key to the serene, minimal design was a sensitivity to context to lessen the addition’s impact on the neighborhood.
Four Eyes House from Coachella Valley, California was designed by Edward Ogosta Architecture for a family who wants to spend the weekend out of town, in the quiet desert of California. With a minimalist contemporary architecture, the project wasn’t focused on the planning of the house within a domestic functional program, but rather, the building […]