Architecture

Doll Cottage

Doll Cottage

Venice canals
Venice, CA 90291

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Domed Roof House

Domed Roof House

Circa 1907

This domed roof, clapboard house is said to be one of the oldest homes in Venice. It can be seen in postcards dating back a century.

Venice, California

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Douroux House (A. Predock)

Douroux House (A. Predock)

1990 by A. Predock.

Cantilevered (red-framed) window and waterfall fountain are among the distinctive features of this oceanfront home by the revered Southwestern architect.

Ocean Front Walk
Venice, California

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Drier House (Coop Himmelblau)

Drier House (Coop Himmelblau)

1995 by Coop Himmelblau

Example of deconstructive architecture by this Austrian collective founded by Wolf Prix, Helmut Swiczinsky and Michael Holzer. The name translates roughly from German to English as Blue Sky Cooperative.

Venice, California

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Duct-tape hands-free headset spells relief for Calif. drivers

VENICE, CA — Inventor Cary Sperry has an answer for California drivers who can no longer make or take calls now that it’s illegal to use a hand-held cellphone while driving. His patent-pending innovation features “jaw-strap technology” that turns your existing cellphone into a hands-free device — simply by taping it to your head.

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Dunn Moray House (Callas Shortridge Architects)

Dunn Moray House (Callas Shortridge Architects)

2006 by Callas Shortridge Architects

Venice, California

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Dutch Duplex

Dutchy Duplex

Circa 19TK

Run-down duplex with Dutch lineage.

Brooks
Venice, California

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Dwarfed Cottage

Dwarfed Cottage

This old cottage could almost fit in the living rooms of the houses on either side. Size isn’t everything.

Ocean Ave
Venice, California

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Earth 2 Sci-Fi Fandom

Earth 2 Sci-Fi Fandom

Having missed that year’s mother of all Cons — San Diego’s annual Comic-Con International — I wound up attending the much older and DIY-ier World Science Fiction Convention (held in Anaheim that year)…along with the largest group of social misfits I’d ever seen under one convention hall roof.

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Edgemar Development (Frank Gehry)

Edgemar Development (Frank Gehry)

1987 by Frank Gehry

A mixed-use complex designed by architect Frank Gehry in the 1980’s to incorporate original structures on the site, including a former ice company warehouse. The retrofitted warehouse is now home to Edgemar Center for the Arts.

2415-2449 Main Street
Santa Monica, California

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