Race Through the Clouds Building (Steven Ehrlich) on 3024 2008

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1988 by Steven Ehrlich Architects

This commercial building on Windward Circle was designed to recall the famous “Race Through the Clouds” roller coaster that stood at the site in 1912.

1600 Main Street/Windward Circle
Venice, California

Windward Circle Arts Building (Steven Ehrlich Architects) on 275 2008

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1988 by Steven Ehrlich Architects

Commissioned to design three Windward Circle buildings at Venice’s center, preeminent Venice architect Steven Ehrlich created structures that allude to historic Venice, California and Italy. The Windward Circle Arts Building references the towers and loggias of the original City of Water. It also refers, in scale, situation and façade, to the site’s original Antlers Hotel.

Windward Circle
Venice, California

700 Palms Residence (Steven Ehrlich Architects) on 274 2008

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2002 by Steven Ehrlich Architects

This oblong modern residence designed by one of Venice’s best-known architects is off-set by a sleek lap pool. The steel canopy running the length of the house contains roll-away shades to protect the pool and open house from the harshest sunlight.

Palms
Venice, California

Ace Market (Steven Ehrlich Architects) on 274 2008

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1989 by Steven Ehrlich Architects

Ace Market was designed to evoke the canal dredging steam shovels that were once a staple of the Venice landscape.

1501 Main Street
Venice, California