Los Angeles, CA
This classic A-frame home was expanded to provide for an artist's studio wing by both relating to and juxtaposing against the traditional style of the home.
Roof lines on the front facade and entry were maintained in the classic A-frame style to preserve a stylistically conservative appearance on the entrance side.
The expansion's main roof reveals itself to be deconstructed from the more contemporary volume of the studio space behind it.
Seen from the rear, the studio volume expresses itself as unique in form and material from the rest of the home.
The studio volume relates to the traditional A-frame while its material finishes define it as a unique space.
Location: Hudson Valley, NY
My Role: Project Architect