The Los Angeles Chapter of the American Institute of Architects on October 4th will cater to all having to do with structure. If a couple of days in the past you seeped by way of the Kuhlhaus 02 Home displayed at 2009 Fall Home Tour, now it’s time to think about the Rogers-Sturz Residence by Michael Lee Architects. The P,300 sq. foot, two-story house flaunts a structural design making place for interesting interiors. A entrance-yard backyard seems to be so very entrancing once you see it whereas sitting in a double-peak front room. With the main bedroom receiving ample shelter and shade from inflated eaves, the staircases that includes constructed-in furnishings and seemingly picket exteriors to intensify the general appeal of the stunning house, and including extremely trendy furnishings to the entire image, we’re utterly bought with the best way it appears.
Photography by Charles Chesnut
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