La Jolla, California |
Small lot, big ideas and ocean views. A small one story bungalow sat on a substandard lot between two nondescript condominiums. Within that small house lived a growing family with a modern aesthetic who wanted to take advantage of the ocean views their site offered while adding square footage. The house has a concrete base that rises out of the ground with a minimal amount of openings until the second story, where it turns into a steel frame with a glass window wall that offers a panoramic view out to the Pacific Ocean.
Published in 20 Private Wohnträume (July/August 2011), Riviera Interiors Magazine (Spring 2008) and San Diego Home/Gardens Magazine, Best New House of the Year (February 2008)
Photography by Jim Brady