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.
Small-footprint, high-impact solutions for rising above square footage challenges.
This midcentury home with an ocean-view corner lot had a dated exterior and little functional outdoor space | Ventura CA
modern houseboat designed to maximize views and living space within a highly constrained footprint | ventura harbor marina
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 […]
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.
overall site plan + pool + deck + drought-tolerate landscape + hardscape for new home development | pacific palisades, ca
table-to-farm: country escape for busy high-concept restaurant developer is integrated into a working avocado ranch
July 2015 feature on our Somis Exterior Site project in Ventana Monthly (click here or on image below to view full article)