Los Angeles, CA
In this seven-unit, 11,200 sf loft condominium project the existing urban context is utilized as generative inspiration to create much needed mid-density housing within the city. Dark painted corrugated metal and vertically patterned MDO panels provide material differentiation and combine with subtle plane shifts to break down the mass and give the project a balanced composition that integrates with the eclectic neighborhood. Interior spaces provide flexible open loft plans with 16' high ceilings and polished concrete floors. Each unit has a private roof deck with 360-degree views of the city and the Hollywood Hills.
architecture350 principal Kevin Southerland acted as the architect on the project as well as an equity member of the development team overseeing the property purchase, all entitlements, construction, marketing and sales of the units.
11,200 SF + 6,000 SF Subterranean Parking Garage