Oakdell Residence by Assembledge+: A House Remodel and Addition with A Minimalist Palette

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Located in Studio City, Los Angeles, California, Oakdell Residence is a residential project of a house remodel and addition. Designed by Assembledge+ with 5,755 SF in size, this existing 1960’s mid-century home has a minimalist palette made of stone to echo the existing home qualities.

Design

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This awesome house is nestled in the hills of the Fryman Canyon Estates area. It is a project of a remodel and an addition to an existing mid-century home built-in 1960. There is a meandering path of concrete panels in the middle of landscaping and decomposing granite, leading to the house’s entry foyer.

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The entry foyer consists of a frameless glass wall and floatable four windows. On either side, the sliding glass doors and floor-to-ceiling windows give a sense of transparency. These doors and windows also can bring in ample light and extending the living area of the residence into the awesome surrounding landscape.

 

Rooms

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The kitchen, dining, and living areas are connected by zig-zag-sliding doors that open to the house garden, featuring a pool shaded by broad roof overhangs. These overhangs mitigate sun exposure well at the full-height window walls. adjacent to the kitchen, the family room is dropped down a few steps that separated yet seamlessly connected with the rest of the house’s main floor.

 

Materials

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The minimalist palette of this house is made of stone while plaster can echo the existing home quality. This awesome modern house is also designed with a thin roof plane that keeps with the sensibility of the mid-century horizontal of the house.

 

Oakdell Residence Gallery

 

Photographer: Michael Weschler

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