Vienna Way Residence

June 22nd, 2011

The Vienna Way Residence was designed by Marmol Radziner and built on a plot of land in Venice, California. The house is comprised of two main volumes and bridged by a third which contains a lowered kitchen area. In one of the main volumes is the formal living and dining areas. In the other are more casual spaces as well as private spaces that include bedrooms on both floors.

Looking at the kitchen you can see such a powerful use of dark woods lining the cabinet panelling, on the countertops and also above on the ceiling. As I looked further into these photos I wasn’t able to spot a refrigerator. My guess would be that it is half sized and build into the space of a cabinet; an interesting approach.

Found on Arch Daily / Photos by Joel Fletcher

Posted by on 06/22/11 in Architecture, Interior design

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  1. Michael says:

    When do we move in buddy? haha nice post, really dig this.

  2. I love this! the kitchen especially

  3. Michael says:

    Modern, but not cold. Very nice executed Architecture.

  4. Cory Gibbons says:

    Very nice, like it a lot.

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