House in Santa Cruz is part of a project from the early 80s of six semi-detached houses.
It has the particularity of being the corner house which gives it greater autonomy and allowed us to take a more independent approach as well. Continue reading Manuel Tojal
On the wisdom of childhood, a portrait of freedom of thought. A personal search in the identity of ‘‘the others’’, about two concepts that did not survive the death of my childhood: beauty and importance. Continue reading Virginia Rota
The Eagle Rock House is the renovation and addition to a 1963 home in east Los Angeles located at the end of a small cul-de-sac. With a steep hillside yard, kidney-bean shaped pool, and views to the San Gabriel mountains, the house embodied the quintessential, non-distinct suburban Los Angeles home.
The clients – an art dealer, avid cook, and their two children – purchased the house sight-unseen from a family who had haphazardly expanded and renovated the home over the years, resulting in a series of disconnected interior spaces fitted with a bricolage of materials void of any intention. Continue reading Part Office