Cottage and Pathway on 325 2008

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Circa TK

This small beach cottage, nestled among juniper trees, can be reached by a ribbony wooden path, the likes of which were common in the past. Before behemoths all but replaced quaint cottages and beach homes, before lawn was installed along the beach where saw grass once grew, such paths carried inhabitants across the sandy lots.

24th Ave
Venice, California

Beige Cottage on 325 2008

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Circa 19TK

One of several long and narrow clapboard cottages on Cabrillo.

Cabrillo Ave
Venice, California

Shotgun Cottage on 325 2008

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Circa TK

Narrow clapboard cottage.

Cabrillo
Venice, California

Craftsman Duplex on 325 2008

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Circa TK

Quaint craftsman duplex with half-round porch.

Horizon
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

Chippendalish Cottage on 324 2008

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Circa 19TK

It seems even Philip Johnson drew inspiration from the modest cottages of Venice.

Rialto
Venice, California

Apartment House on 324 2008

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Circa 19TK

Riviera apartment building.

San Juan and Riviera
Venice, California

Ravenswork Studios on 324 2008

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19TK by TK

Electric Avenue
Venice, California

Craftsman Bungalow on 324 2008

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Circa 19TK

The link between house and land typical of California Bungalows is particularly evident with this Oakwood residence.

Brooks
Venice, California

Pink Aqua Cottage on 324 2008

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Circa 19TK

This simple, long and low cottage, once so common in Venice, is a gradually (some might say rapidly) dying breed as more and more owners and builders seek to maximize square footage on the community’s small lots.

San Juan
Venice, California

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