Designed by Marmol Radziner and constructed by Fountainhead Builders-Developers, this new home in LA presents its contemporary shape in photos you will love enough to share. Floor-to-ceiling windows throughout make the contemporary structure reveal the surrounding view and suburban landscape while flooding the spaces with an abundance of natural light.
From the moment you see this new home on the street, you can’t help but wonder how it would be like to come home to this, past the beautifully grained wooden door and into a world of curated architecture.
The good news is this modern home in LA is for sale. Listed at $3,795,000, this new construction rises on Woodruff Avenue in Los Angeles, capturing from a safe and private distance views of the bustling city and rising skyscrapers. The 5 bedroom and 5 and a half baths offer plenty of private space for hosting family or friends when they come over. Imagine walking up the outdoor stairs and into an open floor plan continuing outdoors.
Considering the home as “fundamentally a series of relationships between people, spaces, and the surrounding context“, Marmol Radziner imagined this new home as being in harmony with the surrounding nature and neighborhood. All it needs now is someone who perfectly fits in. Design and landscape come together to shape an indoor-outdoor environment anyone would be grateful to call home. More than just a place you recharge and reconnect with family, this new home is an architectural gem, inspiring you with its lines and choice of materials and with details like the way sunlight filters inside or the way palm trees reflect in the oversized windows.
Marmol Radziner architects did an amazing job designing this home. And how about this imposing Prospector Residence unveiling surprisingly warm interiors in Idaho? Would you prefer to live there, maybe?
Value for money is not, and never was, the same as being cheap. Value for money means making the most of whatever budget is available. A good example of this is Hayes Primary School in London, by Hayhurst and Co. Having to contend with a tightly controlled 3 million local authority budget, they worked with the existing structure of the primary school to give it a much needed update. A striking polished stainless steel brise-soleil facade installed at the school’s entrance, gives the school’s many different buildings a sense of identity, while new classrooms have been created in a range of shapes and sizes, and are often flooded with natural light
Inside the school, a wall made of cross-laminated timber separates classrooms from the main corridor, providing a space for storage and study. With very little to work with, the architects have managed to create a building that is much more than just the sum of all of its parts