||Los Angeles, California
||This 4,500 square-foot single-family home, situated in the Melrose district neighborhood, was designed to meet the economic demands of maximizing square footage while preserving indoor-outdoor living. A roof garden provides additional outdoor space that was otherwise displaced by the building footprint. The material shift of white stucco against gray Equitone fiber cement board panels is intended to read as if the gray mass is being cut away to reveal the museum quality white interior—like a box with incisions made into it. A balcony off the master bathroom is the perfect example. Challenged by a lot only 40 feet wide, the residence features living spaces designed to open to the outside. An existing pool was reduced in size and left in place so the main living spaces open to it.
||Brian Wickersham (Principal-in-Charge), Jeremy Fletcher, Matthew Aulicino (PM), Jenny Barnish (ID), Ricardo Moura (PA), Uriel Lopez, Henry Dominguez
||General Contractor - SD Construction, Structural Engineer - Oks'n Associates
||Courtesy of Hunter Kerhart | Courtesy Andrew Dinsky PLG Estates
||South Bay Digs, ArchDaily, Contemporist, Dwell