Located in Venice Beach, California, this contemporary house architect inspiration comes from Lewin Wertheimer and combines modern life with a quality design. Here is an overview of the architect: “The house was designed as a hybrid style of early modernity, the influence of architects such as Rudolph Schindler, and contemporary Japanese, Mediterranean and Californian architecture.
These styles correspond to the climate of Southern California and the eclectic nature of Venice Beach. “The total area of this residence is 288 square meters (3100 square feet) and its architecture is fascinating. Aside from the “common spaces”, that houses the family home has a garage for two cars, two bedrooms and a guest studio. The large windows create a strong link with the outside and allow open views to the patio, garden, porch and pool. All rooms within the residence are “L” and is said to create “a harmony of form and proportion.”