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

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

Modern Canals Residence (Glen Irani) on 3128 2008

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1999 by Glen Irani

International Style modern in the canals.

Canals
Venice, California

Pre-Fab Commercial (MDesigns) on 3128 2008

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2008 by Mdesigns (I think — under construction)

Similar to the nearby MCube floating live/work space, this prefab structure is constructed of 10-foot modular units of solar-reactive panels.

Rose
Venice, California

Post Modern Pueblo Revival on 3128 2008

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Circa 1980s

The entrance’s post-modern cartoonyness is the modest Pueblo Revival house’s defining feature.

Walk streets
Venice, California

Venable House and Studio (Hertz and Rendler) on 3128 2008

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1990 by David Hertz and Michael Rendler

This “block cut open to the light,” as the architects describe the house, has had that light severely impinged upon by larger, adjacent structures built after it. You have to get in there and peek under the surrounding vegetation to get a sense of the what the architects, who have separate practices, got up to.

South Venice Blvd
Venice, California

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