Feldman House by Core Development Group (Originally designed in 1953 by Gregory Ain)

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Location:  Beverly Hills, CA

Built By Core, Designed By Core, Details, video


 


Originally designed in 1953 by famed mid-century modern architect Gregory Ain, Core Development Group has expanded and updated the Feldman House while preserving the integrity of the original architecture and context upon which it resides. This exquisite modern estate offers 11,300 square feet of private serenity on just under an acre of wooded grounds up the street from the Beverly Hills Hotel.

The existing mid-century modern house was preserved and seamlessly expanded without destroying the integrity of the original design. The height and scale of the additions create a boundary that centralizes the original structure accentuating its dramatic roof and deep overhangs.  The use of clear fir windows and doors, carried over from the original design, the continuation of the sloped roof and ceilings, the inclusion of private outdoor spaces adjacent to all bedrooms and master bath, integration of technology and lighting without detracting from the architectural forms, all make the addition blend in with the original.

 

Core Development Group


All images courtesy of Core Development Group


Core Development Group


After earning his degree in Architecture from the University of Oregon and working in retail shopping center development, Josh Borris founded Core Development Group to follow his passion for designing and building custom homes. His mission was to create a boutique firm that seamlessly integrates all facets of the design and build process, while providing transparency and clarity to the homeowner.

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CONTACT

1112 Montana Ave. #204
Santa Monica, CA 90403

Phone:

310-396-9223

E-mail:

josh@coredgroup.com


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