The great living space design which is called a mixed use townhouse is done designed by the architect Dennis Gibbens Architects. This contemporary design interior space project is based in Venice, California. One of the main thoroughfares in the coastal neighborhood of Venice, a section of Los Angeles is the Abbot Kinney Boulevard
A unique blend of the restaurants, small boutiques and the one-of-a-kind retail establishments are full filled the street, it is along with the single family houses, apartments and live-work spaces for an artist-in-residence. The boulevard is known for its many recent examples of the architectural experimentation. The mixed-use project is situated in the idle of a stretch along it. A parking and a single retail tenant; which is the two upper floors which is contain a single-family residence are housing in the ground floor. Which is surrounding a private courtyard, the public residential spaces are located on the second floor, while in the third floor inside this living space project is contains bedrooms and a large exterior dining and the entertainment deck.
The building’s shell is entirely constructed of a board-formed which is poured-in-place concrete. The other materials which is used in the exterior wall such as a glass or the stucco-non-corrosive materials practical for their use near the ocean. Which is include tile, stone, stainless steel, stained woods and the smooth terrazzo floors, the roughly textured surfaces of the concrete-voth inside and the outside-contrast sharply with the smooth and highly refined materials.
Visit the Dennis Gibbens Architects website – here.
Photography by Benny Chan, Nazy Alvarez, and Ryan Turner