Subu design architecture His design created this house, inspired by the love of a family's books in Pacific Palisades, California. This residence is located on a slope in a wooded ravine and is structured in an H shape by interrupting the volume in front of the road.
This house consists of two wings, which are covered with a white ship siding and cover the internal functions of the house. One is for parents. The other is for children. The middle link acts as a bridge over which public functions take place. This central connection also creates a strong internal / external connection.
The large room on the first floor serves as a fun area. Children work and read in the reading room on the second floor. All this is connected to a library tower, which serves as an entrance and transition between different reading levels.
The interior of this residence was inspired by outside areas. Soft shades of gray and light blue mimic the sky over Los Angeles. All materials selected at home are selected for their durability. The furniture is covered with exterior materials. Garden furniture is made of hose-alert plastic. These conclude concrete table tennis tables that are served twice outdoors.
What we love: This charming house was designed for a family in close proximity to books and offers many opportunities to present book collections. There are some unique design features like a hidden door full of books and wallpaper inspired by the book that covers the stair wall. To complete the house inspired by this book, we'd like to see a collection of recipe books integrated on the island. How are you
Tell us: Are you inspired by a house full of books? What details did you find most attractive in this house and why in the comments below!
Note: Take a look at the few other essential house visits that we see here in One Kindesign from Subu Design Architecture's portfolio: Architects of this project: A Manhattan Beach house that collapses inside and out and Exquisite industrial loft space in Santa Monica, California.
The outside landscape is also designed for the family. Slope and use of ancient oak. There is a built-in slide that takes you from the bluestone deck to a tree house built around the oak tree.
Photos: Kathryn Millet
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