"The L.A-Frame House employs an often maligned structural typology to address the unique conditions of its site, and to avoid the effects of the prevailing strategies of private and public development in the immediate neighborhood that are typical of Los Angeles at large.
The project – which is an addition to an existing hillside house in the Mount Washington area of Los Angeles - will be completed early 2014...
In their modest way, the two buildings – the old one horizontal, the new one vertical – represent a debate between the expansive ethic of LA’s horizontal past, and the possible benefits of a more vertical future."
-Tim Durfee and Iris Anna Regn
Location: Mount Washington, Los Angeles, CA, US
My Role: develop presentation drawings, construction documents, assist in design development, material research, site visits, and more.
Additional Credits: Tim Durfee and Iris Anna Regn