Solar Modern on 326 2008

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20TK by TK

Optimal angles for harvesting solar power heavily influenced this modern home’s design.

Amoroso
Venice, California

Geometrical Modern on 326 2008

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2008 by TK

Oblong windows and cut-outs open up this boxy modern house.

Ocean Ave
Venice, California

Snipper House (Miguel Angelo Flores) on 325 2008

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1988 by Miguel Angelo Flores

Also known as La Rotunda, a structure that appears to be a glass box from the beach secretively contains a vertical, glass block and stucco cylinder at its core.

Ocean Front Walk
Venice, California

Speedway Cafe (Frank Israel) on 324 2008

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19TK by Franklin D. Israel Designs

Frank Israel’s riff on a classic European cafe. Its interior offers a deconstructed nod at Constructivist art and architecture.

Speedway and 17th
Venice, California

Ravenswork Studios on 324 2008

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19TK by TK

Electric Avenue
Venice, California

House of Mustard on 324 2008

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20TK by TK

This slightly asymmetrical “stucco box” is balanced in part by its bold use of color and copper facework.

Ocean
Venice, California

Delmer Residence (Morphosis) on 3130 2008

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Original house circa 19TK. Addition, 1976, by Morphosis.

Fairly early work by Thom Mayne and Morphosis.

19th Street
Venice, California

Po-Mo Castle on 3130 2008

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date and architect unknown (I’m researching)

Orange and red post modern home with pop-out portico and turret features.

Venice, California

Skew House on 3130 2008

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date and architect unknown

Very cool residence I’m researching

Abbot Kinney
Venice, California

Bright & Associates (Frank Israel) on 3129 2008

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Remodel 1990 by Frank Israel

Charles and Ray Eames’ old design studio on Brooks and Abbot Kinney was remodeled by Frank Israel (1945-1995), one of Los Angeles most important late-twentieth century architects.

Brooks
Venice, California

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