And And And Studio lifts Silver Lake Tree Home above Los Angeles website

Structure agency And And And Studio has created a stucco-clad, single-level house for a household of six that’s raised as much as create a “treehouse-like impact”.

The Silver Lake Tree Home – which takes its title from the Los Angeles neighbourhood during which it’s situated – sits on a sloped property in a cul-de-sac.

The Silver Lake Tree Home is called after its neighbourhood in Los Angeles

Native agency And And And Studio designed the home for a pair with 4 kids on a property that previously held a nondescript bungalow that was not in prime situation.

The constructing was stripped all the way down to its basis and changed with a 2,400-square-foot (223-square-metre) home that’s lifted above the positioning.

Stucco-clad cubic volume in Los Angeles
And And And Studio clad the home in stucco

“Elevating the home a storey above floor creates a treehouse-like impact,” the staff stated.

“Once you stroll into the principle ground, you float above the bushes.”

Wood and metal balcony and geometric staircase
The staff positioned an extended balcony lined with a wood-and-metal railing

The only-storey house has a rectilinear type and facades wrapped in stucco and wooden.

Alongside the entrance elevation, the staff positioned an extended balcony lined with a wood-and-metal railing. A carport is tucked underneath one aspect of the home. Stairs lead as much as the entrance door.

Wooden flooring and timber table and chairs
Inside, there’s an open-concept residing house

Inside, one finds three bedrooms and an open-concept house for cooking, eating and lounging. A mixture of new and classic furnishings helps create a relaxed really feel.

Glazed doorways present a seamless transition to the outside, and enormous home windows supply views of Silver Lake, which the studio described as a “quintessential LA neighbourhood”.

An vital facet of the undertaking was marrying the structural logic to the inside design, the staff stated.

“As a nod to some close by mid-century greats, the construction of this house informs the design of each exterior and inside areas,” the staff stated.

“Structural beams transfer seamlessly from an exterior balcony to the inside residing areas, giving the sensation of connection to close by hills and bushes.”

Exposed timber beams within kitchen of house by And And And Studio
Uncovered timber beams had been knowledgeable by the work of Craig Ellwood

The uncovered beams, together with the house’s repetitive grid, had been impressed by the work of Twentieth-century architect Craig Ellwood, who was identified for designing modernist California properties.

For the inside finishes, the staff used pure supplies akin to pine and Douglas fir, that are “reflective of the outside and impartial sufficient to let the sweeping treetop views change into a topic of the inside”.

Terrazzo bathroom tiling
Terrazzo was used to cowl the ground and partitions of one of many bogs

The kitchen is fitted with picket cabinetry and marble counter tops. In one of many bogs, terrazzo tile was used to cowl the ground and partitions.

Based mostly in Los Angeles and Toronto, And And And Studio is led by Daniel Rabin and Annie Ritz. The studio’s different tasks embrace an workplace for a prime leisure regulation agency that feels extra like a lodge foyer than a conventional workplace.

The pictures is by Caitlin Atkinson.