Vertical House (Lorcan O’Harlity) on 3026 2008

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2004 by Lorcan O’Harlity

The narrow, building-flanked lot force the architect to get creative with light. By all accounts, he succeeded.

116 Pacific
Venice, California

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

South Venice Modern on 3023 2008

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Modern stucco, glass and wood house

Venice, California

Post Duplex on 3023 2008

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Post modern duplex near the beach in Venice

Venice, California

Beach Prairie House on 3023 2008

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Circa 19TK

Prairie style beach house. Plus an antenna and concrete lawn.

Walk streets
Venice, California

Seventies House on 3023 2008

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Check the woodwork on this Seventies-era home.

Venice, California

Spiller Residence (Frank Gehry) on 3021 2008

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1980 by Frank Gehry

Not easy to take in (or photograph) from the street. Two corrugated metal-clad volumes and classic deconstructed design.

Venice, California

Venice III (Morphosis) on 3021 2008

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1984 by Morphosis

Wherein a nondescript bungalow gets an addition by Thom Mayne and Morphosis, one of the most influential architecture firms of the last several decades.

Walk streets
Venice, California

Venice Renaissance Building (Van Tilburg & Partners) on 2918 2008

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1988 by Van Tilburg & Partners

The building is all about the clown…

Rose & Navy
Venice, Callifornia

Bjornson Studio and Home (Arata Isozaki) on 2918 2008

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1986 by Arata Isozaki

From the man who brought you Grand Street’s MOCA comes this sky-lit oddity.

Parma Ave
Venice, California

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