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Masterpiece

BY GREAT CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTS


New House

CONTENTS

Ken Tate

USA

OZ House Swatt Miers

USA

Palo Alto Residence CCS

Berberian Residence Landry Design Group

USA

Cape Cod House Allan Greenberg Architect

USA

Carillo Residence Ehrlich Architects

USA

CBT House CBT

USA

Friedman House Richard Manion

USA

Ganendra Art House Ken Yeang

Malaysia

Girraween Residence Troppo Architects

Australia

Hill House and Sliding House MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple

USA

Hong Kong Villa Olson Kundig Architects

USA

House Stanley Saitowitz

USA

Huckleberry House Allan Greenberg Architect

USA

Kawana House Foster and Partners

Japan

Lakeshore View SCDA

Singapore

Lawson-Weston House Eric Owen Moss

USA

Lehman Residence Cohen & Hacker

USA

Lyle Estate William T. Baker

USA

Montecito Residence Barton Myers Associates

USA

USA

Pedrables House BC Estudio

Spain

Pond Residence Will Bruder + Partners

USA

Poolhouse Dubai Chakib Richani Architects

Dubai

PP House Peter Pennoyer Architects

USA

Rudell Residence Moore Ruble Yudell

Hawaii

Schnabel House Frank Gehry

USA

Simpson Lee House Glenn Murcutt

Australia

SkyArc residence Will Bruder + Partners

USA

The House of Planes/Volumes Margaret McCurry

USA

Turbulence House Steven Holl Architects

USA

Unnamed House Richard Meier & Partners

USA

Villa Redaelli Mario Botta

Italy

Villa S COOP HIMMELB(L)AU

Austria

Villa Veneto Michael Suttor

USA

Villa-I-Lyngby Henning Larsen Architects

Denmark

Wilton Poolhouse Hariri & Hariri

USA

Wisconson Residence Murphy/Jahn

USA


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BERBERIAN Residence Los Angeles, California, USA

LANDRY DESIGN GROUP

The primary concept for this residence was to design a home that incorporates modernist philosophies while being well adapted to today’s contemporary lifestyle. Located in a prestigious residential community on a 4-acre site, the house was further enhanced by incorporating the site’s large mature trees into the design. The prominence of these existing trees was such that they actually dictated the orientation and layout of the home, resulting in a project that becomes an integral part of the landscape from both an exterior and interior point of view. The exterior of the home comprises large glass walls, smooth hand-troweled stucco, and Pennsylvania bluestone laid in a ledger pattern. All of these materials were chosen for their ability to relate to each other as well as for their compatibility with the colors and textures of the natural surroundings.

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Exterior view towards entry court



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