WESTRIDGE, Los Angeles, California

CAPTURING VIEWS OF DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES AND THE PACIFIC OCEAN, THIS MASSIVE RENOVATION FLOODS THE ONCE-DARK INTERIOR WITH NATURAL LIGHT

OVERVIEW
While also capturing 270-degree views of downtown Los Angeles and the Pacific Ocean, this massive foundation-up renovation and second-story addition floods the once-dark interior with natural light and creates indoor-outdoor environments throughout. Floor to ceiling windows combine with natural ipe decks and rooftop rock gardens to extend view corridors and habitable areas at the south and west elevations. The lifted ceiling and custom two-sided stone fireplace create a continuous great room between the living and dining areas and main garden. The newly-added second story offers a separated haven for extended family, including mini-kitchen and secondary family room. Light-colored, beach-inspired materials such as white-washed oak floors, white stone, teak millwork, and ocean-toned glass tiles transform the home into a tranquil, airy Southern California retreat.
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PROJECT TYPE
Residential Renovation & Addition
CLIENT
Withheld per Client’s request
STATUS
Completed 2011
SIZE
5,400 square feet
AWARDS
2012 Remodeling Design Award – Merit Award
PROJECT TEAM
Architect: Montalba Architects, Inc.
Builders: Sarlan
Structural: The Office of Gordon L. Polon
Soils: J. Byer Group, Inc.
Lighting: John Brubaker Architectural Lighting
Landscape: Venice Studio
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