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.
Scott Shrader’s recently published book, The Art of Outdoor Living, features two AW+SS project collaborations.
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.
This midcentury home with an ocean-view corner lot had a dated exterior and little functional outdoor space | Ventura 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.
We took advantage of unused space at the back of an extra-long residential lot and progressive zoning that supports in-fill to design this highly-configurable studio loft. Inspired by the minimalist […]
“Here, then, is what I wanted to tell you of my architecture. I created it with courage and idealism, but also with an awareness of the fact that what is […]
Archipelago Workshop’s Somis Poolhouse, part of our Somis Exterior Site project, was featured in ARCHITECT Magazine’s coverage of the AIA SB 2015 Design Award winners. We’re in great company, as you’ll see […]
We took out walls and peeled back layers – so, so many layers – of previous, random renovations to this 50’s-era ranch and opened up the kitchen/dining space to a split-level living area.