A living space design which is called The Bojanic House is finished designed by the Architect Martin Fenlon. This living space is located in Los Angeles. The living space site is precisely located at the top of the hills of the Sherman Oaks, it is just under the Mulholland ridgeline, and affords a spectacular view of the San Fernando Valley. Which is evolved over the course of the construction into a new 2,500 square feet house, the architect is started out as a relatively minor remodel of a modest bungalow, with the existing foundation and the footprint as the only original elements. This house is acted as the owner of the builders; it is keeping the construction cost to a bare minimum. And in the end result is a uniquely collaborative effort, one where the design is worked out on a day-to-day basis during the construction in a manner which is bordered on the improvisation.
Which is also maintaining the more traditional role of a house as a private and the protective shelter, the Bojanic house wanted a house which will not only take the advantage of the view. For the architect, this somewhat contradictory request is presented a challenge. The architect strategy is an open plan of the spaces which is oriented towards the view, it is set within a heavy, and monolithic mass which is provides a necessary closure and protectively hovers above. The negotiation of these opposing aspects is the most evident in the entrance, a solid wall, with a door is weighing hundreds of pounds, and it is becomes the point of the entry which is situated within and counter to the open glass wall
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