Palms Residence by Marmol Radziner
Architects: Marmol Radziner
Location: Venice, California, USA
Area: 2,800 sqft
Photo courtesy: Deasey Penner Photography
The Palms Residence is situated on a tight, urban part in Venice, California. The home searches internally, joining secured decks and a little patio space, giving the structure a feeling of protection notwithstanding its area on an infill parcel.
Contained 14 modules, the 2,800 sqf house incorporates 3 rooms, 2.5 showers, a lounge room/lounge area, a twofold tallness kitchen with an operable sky facing window, an office, and 700 extra square feet of outside living space. Substantial regions of glass on the southern side of the structure fill the home with regular light and unite the inside and outside spaces.
The home incorporates custom walnut casework in the family room and kitchen, solid floors on the first floor, and eco-timber hickory floors on the second floor. The bed rooms have assembled in overnight boardinghouses casework. The outside of the house is done with cedar siding. A progression of screening strategies, including finishing, fencing, and louvered boards give cover from the road while holding the open feel of the home.
The home incorporates an assortment of green elements including, a reused steel outline, Structural Insulated Panels (SIPS), Triple-Pane protecting glass, eco-accommodating materials, Energy Star-evaluated machines, and characteristic cooling highlights. The house was created in the MRP industrial facility, considerably diminishing the natural effect of its development.
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