This fascinating home with unique architectural details was designed by R&D Architects, positioned just steps from the ocean in beautiful Venice, California. Built in 2007, the exterior facade of the structure is wrapped in a multi-colored mural by artist Nancy Monk. Comprised of raw concrete, steel and glass, this multi-tiered home offers 3,500 square feet of living space, with three bedrooms and four bathrooms. A light-flooded open and spacious floor plan reveals large expanses of glass windows offering beautiful vistas of lush greenery. The interesting mix of eclectic decor was imagined by Los Angeles-based interior designer Georgeanna Parks. The home feels bright and airy thanks to soaring ceilings and crisp white walls, which contrasts beautifully with rich hardwood flooring
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The outdoor living area is drenched in sunlight, offering plenty of space for entertaining family and friends, or just enjoying the California lifestyle! The home looks like a piece of colorful art surrounded by lush greenery.
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What We Love: The fluidity of spaces, the warmth that is felt throughout the home despite the contemporary furnishings and accessories. The tall windows and voluminous ceiling height is spectacular, especially with tall bamboo brushing up against the windows (which is especially striking in the dining area).
An open, clean-lined kitchen offers top of the line appliances, perfect for anyone who loves to cook! Custom designed cabinetry in alder wood is topped with white Silestone countertops. Floor-to-ceiling windows invites nature inside, and illuminates the space.
A striking staircase runs from the bottom level up to the rooftop terrance, comprised of welded steel, steel mesh and wood treads and risers.
A bedroom suite on the lower level offers a gas fireplace, plenty of comfortable seating and access to a private garden area.
A third level master bedroom suite offers a minimalist fireplace comprised of blackened steel, creating a dramatic focal point to the space.
A rooftop deck offers spectacular views of the city and out towards the ocean. Solar panels on the roof helps to generate electricity to the home.
Photos: Courtesy of R&D Architects
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