ARCHITECTURE


This guide is very much a work in progress. Expect additional, specific architectural information, links and random blather shortly. For now, pray, indulge my inaccuracies, misnomers and general loosey-gooseyness.

Click below on an entry's BLUE TITLE -- for example, L.A. Louver (Frederick Fischer & Partners) -- for additional photos and information where available. Please feel free to add corrections and any other feedback in the form of comments.


MCube (Mark Baez)

MCube (Mark Baez)

@ 2006 by Mark Baez, MDesigns

Solar-powered prefab construction…

Venice, California

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Michich House

Michich House

1981 by Milica Dedijer Michich

This 80’s home is a curvey, white stucco throwback to 20’s modern.

Thornton Place
Venice, California

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Mid-century Cottages

Mid-century Cottages

Circa 1955

One of Venice’s many cottage courts, in this case, the “cottages” merge in shared mid-century buildings.

Thornton Place
Venice, California

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Mid-Century Modern Office

Mid-Century Modern Office

Circa 19TK

Unadorned mid-century modern office stands out for its simplicity amid newer structures with more contrived details.

1315 Abbot Kinney Blvd
Venice, California

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Minimal Modern

Minimal Modern

19TK by TK

This minimalist modern home is complimented by a tranquil garden of pebbles and babbling fountains, a surprising contrast to its often bustling Venice Boulevard location.

North Venice Blvd
Venice, California

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Modern Bungalow

Modern Bungalow

Mid-century bungalow
Venice, California

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Modern Canals Residence (Glen Irani)

Modern Canals Residence (Glen Irani)

1999 by Glen Irani

International Style modern in the canals.

Canals
Venice, California

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Modest Modern

Modest Modern

Venice, California

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Morphed Cottage

Morphed Cottage

Cottage circa 19TK. Addition 19TK by TK

Still need info on this one, though if I were a betting man…it looks a lot like other 1980’s reno-reimaginings by Morphosis.

Linnie Canal
Venice, California

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Moses Studio (Steven Ehrlich)

Moses Studio (Steven Ehrlich)

1987 by Steven Ehrlich

Venice fine artist and eminence grise, Ed Moses, needed a studio in which to paint his large canvases. Steven Ehrlich obliged. The studio, likened, by the architect, to a Shaker church in its simplicity, includes a window-lined cupola running the length of the structure that provides the soft, ambient light crucial to co many painters.

Palms
Venice, California

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