Patio House

Surrounded by a grove of mature oak trees, the Patio House takes inspiration from the vernacular architecture of its native Portugal. At the heart of the home is a central patio. Like the montes settlements of the region, this exterior space is defined by a cluster of white volumes. These structures house the private areas and are connected by an inner ring made up of communal spaces. An internal wall of glass sliding doors encases the courtyard providing a direct link between the outdoors and the interior, while glazed panels on the outer partitions allow for views of the rural landscape.

Photos: Promontorio

  • Arts District Loft

    Housed in a 1924 warehouse, the Arts District Loft highlights its industrial bones with a modern mix of furnishings. Much of the 2,000 square-foot space was left open, relying on a raised platform to define the living area. Made from oak planks formed in a herringbone pattern, its gray stain complements the exposed concrete floors and ceiling, while wood and leather tones offer a warm contrast. Custom bookcases create a partition between the main living area and the master bedroom. This casework rotates 90 degrees, allowing natural light to flow in from windows facing the south and east — which also afford views of downtown Los Angeles.

    Photos: Marmol Radzinger Interiors

  • Rishpon Art House

    Inspired by a passion for art, the Rishpon Art House is a residential gallery. The home sits as a pair of concrete volumes, rectangular in form and connected by a glazed breezeway. The exterior material continues into the inside for a minimalist pallet of exposed cement and blank white walls, creating a gallery aesthetic to display the owner's extensive art collection. Large glazed openings at the rear of both structures provide access to the outdoor swimming pool, while also affording views of the private courtyard.

    Photos: Amit Geron / de Lange Designs

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