DLFstudio - Jackson House in Culver City, California Print
Tuesday, 18 November 2008 03:05

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The project is located within walking distance of downtown Culver City, a small municipality on the west side of Los Angeles, California.


The 2-storey house is situated on a sub-standard, trapezoid-shaped 2,900 square foot (269 m2) lot and replaced an existing dilapidated house.






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The shape of the 2,000 square foot (186 sqm) house is the result of the odd shape of the lot, the respect for the local zoning codes as well as to the concerns for privacy voiced by some neighbors.


The challenge, however, was to maximize the desired volume and space without offending the scale of the neighborhood. What resulted was a bold contextual statement in an otherwise typical, architecturally homogeneous neighborhood.


The program consists of a "Great Room" (including the Entry, Living area, Dining and Kitchen) Powder Room, secondary bathroom, Master Suite, Terrace and a Studio which could be converted into two future bedrooms.




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Project Credits:


Designer: DLFstudio

Location: Culver City (Los Angeles), California.
Site Area: 2,900 sq.ft. (269 sqm)

Constructed Area: 2,000 sq.ft. (185 sqm)

Contractor: GSB Construction Inc.

Landscape: DLFstudio


Photographers: DLFstudio

Project Start: 2005
 - Project Complete: 2006


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