The new refresh of this historic Spanish home in Bel Air, Los Angeles, California retains its exterior character while bringing a contemporary open plan to the interior of the house.
STANDARD Architecture reimagined the Spanish Colonial Revival architecture originally designed by architect Roland Coate in the late 1920s, and brought a modern and simple abstraction to the interior design.
A 17-foot tall arched oak door in the front entry was designed for the two-story foyer. The ceiling is clad in Douglas fir, and engineered white oak flooring throughout the home gives a lightness and openness to the space.
White arched openings are used as transitions between the main rooms of this 13,000 sq. ft. residence.
Architect: STANDARD Architecture