Originally designed in 1962 by renowned mid‐century modern architect Richard Neutra, this project’s emphasis was to restore and improve the residence in keeping with the original design intent. The house had gone through numerous renovations over the years and had begun to lose its connection with the original architect’s design. The goal for this project was to restore the residence to its mid‐century roots but also to improve the design to accommodate the needs of a growing family. The scope of work included renovations to the kitchen, deck, rear patio, master bedroom suite, and children’s bathroom.
Program: Renovation to a single family residence, 3 bedroom, 3 bath, pool
Size: 2725 S.F.
Location: Woodland Hills, CA
Project Team: DA+D (Architectural Designer/Consultant), Bonura Building (Contractor)
Photographs: Barry Schwartz