Henry and Mandy headed west from New York City to Silver Lake — above the sun-dappled reservoir. Local architect Warren Techentin transformed an awkward, dark house to let the light in.
He created the large great room by relocating the kitchen from the front of the house to the back, where it could open onto the back yard, and he opened up the ceiling to further enhance the natural light. It was a true pleasure to collaborate.
We had the perfect canvas to layer tile, texture, color, fabric, fixtures, and art for a truly transitional design. The synthesis of hip intelligence, sophistication, budget balance, and fur-baby friendly make this home a favorite project of mine.
For the renovation of this luxury multi-family building, we imagined the potential renter's needs, desires, and lifestyle, in congruence with the investor’s vision for their building.
A garage upgrade for a versatile space, this compact design elevates the ADU experience. Created for maximum light, air, storage, & fun, we made the most of what was available.
Building an inviting media-room bar with Heath Ceramics tile in Jade Manganese on the wall, and Mont Blanc quartzite counters. For films or football - cheers!
Achieving the look of sunbeams across this new poolside bathroom using an original pattern of Dal Tile’s hexagon ceramic tile.
Location, location, location! Every detail counts. Aligning polished nickel fixtures by Brizo with surrounding elements for a specific composition.