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The Sycamore Home is a challenge from Aaron Neubert Architects that restores a 1950′s publish & beam home in Los Angeles whereas additionally incorporating a 1,500-sq.-foot addition. Cautious consideration was paid to the design of the brand new addition because the lot’s peninsular form and sloping terrain performed an enormous issue into the way it might be laid out. Sycamore timber on the property meant lots to the home-owner so protecting them round was obligatory, making issues troublesome as one was planted within the main location for the addition.
The addition was positioned perpendicularly between the exiting residence and the road setback. The inside dwelling areas are nonetheless stored comparatively personal, whereas the house opens up in the direction of the hillside view.
They used a number of cantilevers inside the addition that reach out over the hillside giving them the sq. footage they desired.
One of many beloved sycamore timber is definitely included into the home, piercing via the kitchen, household room, main bedroom, and the roof deck.
Serving to mix the previous with the brand new, the prevailing wooden beams and the brand new metal construction are all painted pink and all the fastened home windows are black.
Utterly in love with the jagged black and white strains that begin within the kitchen and transfer by way of the lounge.
The massive home windows assist deliver the outside in and make you are feeling such as you’re perched inside the timber.
Pictures by Brian Thomas Jones.