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PostHeaderIcon Modern Aggressively Slopping Site Dressed Jovanovic Metal Warp House Design by Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects

modern metal wrap house design

modern metal wrap house design

Jovanovic House is a modern design villa renovation undertaken by Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects. Jovanovic House is situated on the slope of the site is very aggressive in the Crestwood Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles. The house was wearing a scarf continuous metal that protect against sun and weather. Wrap well as the geometry changes make it simple and modern house. On examination time Sun Gold privacy fence, the house includes the skin to create new relationships are found between the modifier indoor and outdoor public and private. Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon Contemporary Naturally Korman Residence Design by Cory Buckner Architects

wooden korman residence beautiful lighting design

wooden korman residence beautiful lighting design

Korman home design is maximized to capture light as it occupies the gap based on the Crestwood Hills area. This house was restored again by Cory Buckner Architects specializing in modern architecture mid-century. First design a butterfly roof structure in addition to the light of these two stories high clerestory windows that reach to the ceiling to catch. Some configurations of the window to the original house including the items to work properly with the addition of a second story was designed as an open beam structure and headings. Added skylights in the kitchen on the stove, which in addition to adding the mass of light in the room articulated ceramic fireplace accents. All the bedrooms overlook decks or terraces with sliding glass doors interior and exterior boundary dissolution. The new house is covered with new growth cedar tongue and groove siding with the roof covered with green slate gravel. Douglas fir floors and cabinets are used throughout the project. The spreadsheet is Caesar Stone is one of the tile or tiles from recycled glass tiles from Ann ModernArc Sachs. Read the rest of this entry »