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Pyramid Place House by ANX / Aaron Neubert Architects

Aaron Neubert Architects presents Pyramid Place House, a residence for a young family perched atop Los Angeles’ Hollywood Hills, offering commanding views of the San Fernando Valley, Griffith Park, and the iconic Hollywood Sign.

West Hollywood House / Arshia Architects

The design emphasizes the aesthetics of an object as an intrinsic value over concepts of architecture as a neutral placeholder for human activity. This concept is rooted in the fertility of design on its own and its transformative power, both socially and economically.

ANX Transforms Former Hanna-Barbera Studio Into Television and Film Offices

The original Hanna-Barbera Production studio is the site for this adaptive-reuse transformation for a rising film production company’s headquarters. Affectionately called “The Bunker” by Hanna-Barbera’s employees for the windowless treatment of the one-story building

Kingsland Residence / Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney Architects

Kingsland Residence is unique since it is the family residence of Takashi Yanai and Patti Rhee, both partners at EYRC. Yanai was born in Japan, and raised in California.

A New Office Building in Long Beach, CA That Takes its Queues from Ed Killingsworth’s Garden Office

Laserfiche is the world's foremost provider of intelligent content management and business process automation. The forward-thinking technology company commissioned Studio One Eleven to design a new headquarters

Phelps Residence, Huntington Beach / Assembledge+

Located steps from the waterways of Huntington Harbor, California, Phelps Residence is a remodel of a regional mid-century house, developed in the 1960s along with the rest of the Harbor neighborhood.

AD House / Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects

Located directly uphill from the iconic music venues of the Sunset Strip, LOHA updated a 1939 Hollywood home by opening up the internal layout to a new series of layered indoor-outdoor spaces enclosed by a translucent screen.

Mulholland House in Beverly Hills / Arshia Architects

The Mulholland house on the cusp of a fold in the Hollywood Hills identifies the differential complexity of the steep hillside as its functional and formal generator. The stark, rigid appearance enters a dialogue with the landscape, defining itself as a real object through the process of alienating its context.

House Noir / Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects

Situated on one of the last undeveloped oceanfront lots along the iconic Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu, House Noir not only breaks the conventional beach house mold, but it creatively addresses the complexity of building next to the water