Starting with a vacant lot with a very steep down-slope from the street, the design of the Car Park house places the carport on the roof with the residence below. In addition to being a dramatic shift of expectations, it is also a logical response to the building code which requires parking for two vehicles.
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. LOHA created a dynamic home by hybridizing the existing structure with new interventions.
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.
Located in the heart of the Venice neighborhood, the Cloy Ave Residence is an embodiment of California beach style living. It was originally a complete remodel of a home and includes additions to an existing home in which every space and element was expanded and updated.
This spartanly modern house in the hills of Echo Park was outfitted with the essential furnishings and touches of modern bohemian decor. Interior designer Natalie Myers, of Veneer Designs, had the opportunity to redesign a two-bedroom Echo Park house, in said community, and the result was truly something special.
Located at the top of Beverly Hills is the newly constructed 7200 SF home on Trousdale Place. The Trousdale House offers sweeping views from the Pacific Ocean to downtown Los Angeles.