Casa Culver City \ DLFstudio

• November 10, 2011

The original house was a massive monochromatic, cavernous, almost windowless building that was remodeled to create spacious, bright interiors with warm contemporary exterior finishes including hardwood for the roof eaves. The cozy interior consists of a living room, kitchen, dining, office, 2 bathrooms, 2 bedrooms, master ensuite and appointed with wood veneers + natural-colored tiles. The To help conserve water, a xeriscape was designed for the front of the house while the side and rear yards are artificial grass.

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Casa Culver City, image courtesy DLFstudio

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Casa Culver City, image courtesy DLFstudio

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Casa Culver City, image courtesy DLFstudio

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Casa Culver City, image courtesy DLFstudio

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Casa Culver City - Site plan, drawing courtesy DLFstudio

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Casa Culver City - Upper floor plan, drawing courtesy DLFstudio

+ PROJECT CREDITS / DATA

Casa Culver City
Type: Residential
Location: Culver City, CA
Date: 2008
Land Area: 6225 ft² (578 m²)
Built area: 3400 ft² (315 m²)
Design project: DLFstudio | Doug Esparza + Eliza Costabel | http://www.dlfstudio.com/
Landscape design: DLFstudio
Structural Engineering: Mid-Cities Engineering

+ ALL IMAGES AND DRAWINGS COURTESY DLFstudio

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Category: Architecture, House

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