The Wakecrest Residence is a residential renovation exercising the deliberate peeling back and distilling of an original 1962 enclosure organized around a dramatic 180-degree view over the Pacific Ocean in Malibu California.
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, especially in the face of climate change—the fundamental design challenge of our time.
The Point Dume House explores the nature of fluidity and sequence in the context of space, circulation, and landscape. The site rests atop one of the highest points in Point Dume, Malibu, and offers stunning panoramas that make the organization of views of paramount concern.
Kern Residence was completed by architect Daniel Monti from Modal Design Studio. The interior design was conceived by Jamie Bush + Co. This project was a gut-remodel of an existing 3400 square foot, 4 bedroom 4.5 bathroom home located in the bluffs above Malibu. Perched high on the westerly slope of Malibu Road, the Kern Residence […]