Working with light and space, and regulated by the rhythm of natural materials, we opened up the lower portion of this LA-canyon residence to match its airy better-half upstairs.
C Magazine on how the spaces surrounding our flip-flop formal surf shack entice visitors to linger by one of the most premier beaches–and one of the best point breaks–on the West coast.
This former tear-down turned glam surf-shack is small in scale but lives large next to a world-famous point break.
Scott Shrader’s recently published book, The Art of Outdoor Living, features two AW+SS project collaborations.
Small-footprint, high-impact solutions for rising above square footage challenges.
Houzz’s recommendations for science-based sleep design feature the sleeping alcove from AW’s Contemporary California Surf Shack
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.