Ortiz Mexia Projects, Inc. The Ortiz & Wheeler Residence is a new construction for a family that wanted a home that considered their children, the environment, and the future. Even though the home has green features, it is also rich in architectural elements and materials.
Richard Seltzer Designs This home merges indoor and outdoor areas, with virtually no walls in the living room. The outside elements add to the aesthetic of the interior design landscape. The layout of the home is open, and spaces flow freely into one another.
Escher GuneWardena Architecture When you walk into the Pearson Trent Residence you are taken aback by the incredible view seen from all angles in the main living areas. Design icons Frank Escher and Ravi GuneWardena took the original architecture and revised the footprint to create a rectangular design that allows for a panoramic view of the city.
NMDA When you approach the Alan-Voo residence it appears to be an average home, but as you walk around to the back of the home you are surprised with an ultra modern 1000 square foot extension. The addition is a sharp depature from the architecture of the original home. It boosts bright colors and new materials.
AIA Los Angeles team for inviting me back year after year to tour your curated collection of architectural homes. Previous AIA Los Angeles Home Tours:
- Highlights from the Fall AIA Los Angeles Home Tours
- A Look Inside 4 Contemporary Los Angeles Homes
- Four Homes Off Sunset Blvd.
- Enjoying the View from 4 Homes in the Hills
- A Look at 4 Venice Homes