This formal Spanish Colonial design is moving through the design development phase. Feasibility studies are complete with the project on budget and proceeding with agency approvals. Construction commencement is schedule for mid to late spring 2012.
Sited one off the bluffs with dramatic ocean and coastline views, the home was design to maximize it's natural setting while maintaining the classic proportions of mass to fenestration of this classic style of architecture.
Street view of the design above: Down slope lot yields a formal, but playful, one story facade at the front of home, transitioning to the 2 story solution in the rear towards the views. Garages are hidden from the street, to the side and below the main level of the home, accessed from a side yard driveway off the main motor court.
Nearly 12,000 sq. ft., this outdoor living home has 6,000 sq. ft. of lanai areas and covered porches, plus combined garage area of 3,000 sq. ft.
Construction start date of late summer 2013
5,000 sq. ft. Ranch home with nearly 4,000 sq. ft of living area in the basement requires generous light wells. This elevation facing north takes advantage of the expansive views of the coastline and downtown LA with large sliding doors which vanish into pockets allow for complete indoor/outdoor living between the living spaces and the covered porches.