This former tear-down turned glam surf-shack is small in scale but lives large next to a world-famous point break.
an expanded driveway and staggered board-formed concrete walls create an entry sequence for this late-70’s santa barbara hillside home
Designed for a Los Angeles-based visual effects and augmented reality (AR) studio, this project functions as both aperture and experience.
This midcentury home with an ocean-view corner lot had a dated exterior and little functional outdoor space | Ventura CA
A modern, peninsula-style gas fireplace, mahogany panelling, and rolled steel shelves replace a dated divider, making this mid-century home modern again.
Santa Barbara Food and Home magazine profiled CJ Paone and Archipelago Workshop for their Spring 2017 issue.
The journey from paper plans to realized structure involves precision, skill, patience, creativity and flow. Kurt Jordan captures the construction process in The Makers, part 2 of our Art + Architecture series.
taking advantage of a steeply sloped site, this professional-quality home theater and listening room makes use of found space beneath the main house’s existing foundation.
terraced landscape and modern-farmhouse-style cabana on a steeply sloped Southern California hillside lot | pacific palisades CA
this large-scale landscape, created for an on-site family wedding, draws both inspiration and materials from the property’s location at the base of the topa topa mountains.