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.
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
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.