Bridge House grapples with a typically complex hillside site in the Hollywood Hills which curves dramatically in plan and slopes at 2:1 from the street down. In order to economize on site work, no part of the house was allowed to touch grade so that the only access to outdoor space--an essential element of Los Angeles residential living--is the bridge / transparent entry sequence roughly bisecting four zones of living within the house. (Note: photos were taken just before the end of construction) Designed by Felix Pfeifle for Dean Larkin Design, AIA, West Hollywood, CA.
Location: Hollywood, CA, US
My Role: Principal Designer
Additional Credits: Dean Larkin Design, AIA, West Hollywood, CA