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This four bedroom, 4,000-square-foot residence was generated from two existing walls with inverse trajectories. The vertex is the starting point to a perpetual line that runs through and generates the building’s form. The attempt was to drive the user into a dynamic pre-entry space where thinness is used as an asset to create an experiential change...
Project name
2ray
Architecture firm
Zyme Studios
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA
Photography
Taiyo Watanabe
Step into a kaleidoscope of design innovation as futuristic angular homes seamlessly marry Natalia Rak's neo-classicist symmetry, Svetlin Velinov's sharp aesthetics, and Dada-inspired constructions.
Project name
Paradox House
Architecture firm
architectt_a.m
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA
Tools used
Midjourney AI, Adobe Photoshop
This project represents the creation of an exceptionally elegant mansion in Los Angeles, California. Located on an enviable plot, the residence offers panoramic views of the ocean and the impressive downtown. The architecture stands out for its intelligent use of materials and sustainable approach.
Project name
Mansion of the Angel
Architecture firm
Veliz Arquitecto
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA
Tools used
SketchUp, Lumion, Adobe Photoshop
Every successful project opening is a reminder that Architecture is more than just a building. The Tribù Flagship Showroom in the West Hollywood Design District is a stunning example of how thoughtful design and meticulous execution improves daily life, changes how people see the world and brings an overall sense of joy.
Project name
Tribù Flagship Showroom
Architecture firm
NCA Studio, Inc.
Location
West Hollywood, California, USA
Photography
Jennifer Cheung
California, once the epitome of car culture, is now leading the green movement, transitioning away from the internal combustion engine and to some extent the car—and having to rethink how we live, as this extraordinary urban planning manifesto explores.
Title
Renewing the Dream: The Mobility Revolution and the Future of Los Angeles
Author
Edited by James Sanders, Preface by Nik Karalis, Contributions by Frances Anderton and Donald Shoup and Mark Valliantos
Category
Architecture - Urban & Land Use Planning
Buy
https://www.rizzoliusa.com/book/9780847873296
“Content is not going anywhere. There is still a market for sound stages. New, more technologically advanced ones, along with legacy stages, are eventually going to be filled,” said Tima Bell, Assoc. AIA, founding partner of Relativity Architects, to a group of developers and Hollywood executives recently.
Written by
Julie D. Taylor, Hon. AIA, Taylor & Company
Photography
Canadian Studios, Canada, designed by Relativity Architects. Rendering courtesy of Relativity Architects
One of major design requests the client required was a home with lots of natural light. Achievable on the exterior façade, we also wanted to light the center portion of the house. A linear split (continuous linear skylight) was introduced down the buildings length to allow for natural light to seep into the center of the house.
Project name
Santa Monica Residence
Architecture firm
(fer) Studio – 1159 East Hyde Park Blvd, Inglewood Ca 90302 310-672-4749 www.ferstudio.com [ Mercier Architects Inc., (fer) studio dba]
Location
Santa Monica, CA, United States
Photography
John Gaylord
The long awaited return of residents to downtown Los Angeles presents three major challenges. One is to mitigate the excessive energy consumption required to stay cool in this sweltering urban environment. The second is to find a way to have outdoor space to enjoy the indoor-outdoor California lifestyle in a dense urban environment.
Project name
Chung King Courtyard
Architecture firm
LOC Architects
Location
Chinatown, Los Angeles, California, USA
Photography
Christopher Culltion