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The single-story Wonderland Park residence, located in the verdant Laurel Canyon, is a present-day interpretation of the Southern California mid-century home. Large windows and clerestories fill the interior with natural light and foster a seamless indoor-outdoor connection, expanding the home into the surrounding exterior spaces.
Project name
Wonderland Park Residence II
Architecture firm
Assembledge+
Location
Laurel Canyon, Los Angeles, California, United States
Photography
Yoshi Makino
Sand Hill Property Company acquired the former HP headquarters and desired to split it for two separate commercial life-science tenants.  It engaged Form4 Architecture to apply its expertise in converting drab existing conditions into graceful and functional spaces to transform an unwelcoming back entrance into a dynamic, museum-quality main entry...
Project name
3000 Hanover Lobby
Architecture firm
Form4 Architecture
Location
Palo Alto, California, USA
Photography
John Sutton
Surrounded by 80-year-old olive trees on a ½ acre site, this 2,800 square foot single-family residence is comprised of three linear volumes offset from each other and connected by light-filled corridors. The layout of each volume offers a distinct program, allowing the owners to move from public, semi-public and private spaces freely through the op...
Project name
Wheeler Residence
Architecture firm
RBDS
Location
Carmichael, California, United States
Photography
Fred Donham
Guests coming up the front steps of this hilltop home are met with a Carrera marble sculpture by Richard Erdman, titled Serenade, selected by our clients, whose devotion to the process made this an especially joyful collaboration. Also part of the team were Robert Wright and Jason York of McCormick and Wright, who did the interior design and were a...
Project name
Trousdale
Architecture firm
Whipple Russell Architects
Location
Beverly Hills, California, United States
Photography
Jason Speth
Andmore Partners Sensitively Weaves Apartments Into Historic Neighborhood Fabric. When a developer’s original design for a new multifamily development on an 8,000‐ square‐foot lot in an historic Los Angeles neighborhood did not receive approval, he needed a new plan, a new design, and a new architect.
Written by
Julie D. Taylor
Photography
Andmore Partners
While remaining programmatically similar to the original ocean-view house, this project has transformed it completely. The roof of the existing house was removed and replaced by a curved roof that created spaces for clerestory windows at the heart of the house. The front of the house was demolished so that the floor of the main living areas could b...
Project name
Playa del Rey Residence
Architecture firm
West Edge Architects
Location
Playa Del Rey, California, USA
Photography
Taiyo Watanabe
Our clients bought a small house on a beautiful lot with many large boulders and live oak trees in the Berkeley hills with the idea to capture unused views and make space for three generations. The house, which melds influences from the clients European and Japanese heritages, is nestled between the natural features of the site so as to preserve as...
Project name
Thousand Oaks Residential Addition and Remodel
Architecture firm
Sogno Design Group
Location
Berkeley, California, USA
Photography
Michele Lee Willson
Impossible Homes is a conceptual art project with the aim of envisioning hyper-realistic homes built in impossible places. Designed using Midjourney by filmmaker Phillip Van, who is based in Los Angeles.
Project name
Impossible Homes
Location
Los Angeles, USA
Tools used
Midjourney