Location: California, United States
Architects: WALKER WORKSHOP
Design: Walker Workshop (Noah Walker, Ted Leviss, Jonathan Nadel)
Landscape: Sammy Castro Design
Photography: Joe Fletcher
This 3200 SF single-family residence and accompanying 800 SF pool house were envisioned as a refuge cradled within the foothills of the San Bernardino National Forest. The design uses a series of thickened planes running along the topography of the dramatic mountain site to establish discrete programmatic zones and simultaneously blend these into a continuous experience of interior and exterior space throughout the property. Each resulting zone affirms its connection to the surrounding hillside, while the thickened walls demarcate successively more private areas of the house.
All images courtesy of WALKER WORKSHOP
Noah Walker is an American Architect and the founder of Walker Workshop, a design-build firm based in Los Angeles CA that is known for creating modern structures that are warmly minimal and deeply rooted in the context of their location. One of Walker’s first projects, the Oak Pass House went on to gain international acclaim including winning “Home of the Year” in 2016 as well as inclusion in the Arch Daily 100, a list of the 100 most important works of Architecture in the United States. Walker received his Master in Architecture from Harvard University and a Bachelor of Arts in the Growth and Structure of Cities from Haverford College, in Philadelphia PA. He has over fifteen years of experience with a specific focus on design-build methods of project delivery. Noah is both a Registered Architect and a licensed general contractor in the state of California.
5574 W Washington Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90016