This modern family home featured on Contemporist is located steps from Venice Beach and is quite large for the neighborhood at 3,100 square feet on a coveted corner lot. The open plan on the main level is unified with poured concrete floors (complete with radiant heating) and stained mahogany wood is used throughout the home in windows, doors, cabinets and the floors on the second levels for warmth and texture.
Architect Lewin Wertheimer credits the home's overall style "as a hybrid of early modernism, influenced by architects such as Rudolph Schindler, and contemporary Japanese, Mediterranean and Californian architecture."
For many more images see Contemporist | Venice House by Lewin Wertheimer Architect.
Images: Michael McCreary and Douglas Hill