Thursday, May 21, 2009

Private residence and studio in La Jolla, California

This project explores the potential for an urban house in Downtown La Jolla to incorporate both a working studio and traditional residential programs.

This 7,200 square-foot lot was an abandoned brownfield site, vacant since 1992. The architect/owner used the space to build a private, urban residence for his family with an on-site architecture studio that is fully sustainable and divorced form the grid by roofmounted photovoltaic electrical panels. The residence is a cement plaster-clad box resting on and supported by Corten steel wall planes, providing both privacy and noise attenuation.
Three-story wood frame construction
Type V Construction
Value: $4,200,000
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