Los Angeles Hidden House

March 13th, 2011

Hiding any house in a city like Los Angeles is difficult; it takes a sum of money and a prime location amongst the hills to achieve it. The family that owns this house had purchased the property with an existing structure but salvaged it. The new structure re-used seventy-five percent of the previous structures materials.

The Hidden House occupies 3,500 square-feet and is located on a 7-acre plot in Glassell Park, Los Angeles. The architecture firm behind this efficient wood masterpiece was Standard.

Via Arch Daily

Posted by on 03/13/11 in Architecture

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  1. dred says:

    great blog architect

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