Sela Residence by Marmol Radziner

            <img src="" border="0" />The Sela Residence was designed for a young family in Venice, California. To take advantage of the narrow lot, the design uses a series of screens and walls that ensure privacy from the street but allow openness within the site. The house is primarily massed in two two-story volumes anchoring either end of the dining room. The sliding glass doors of the dining room&rsquo;s north and south walls open to the pool and a planted courtyard, respectively, expanding the living space to the width of the lot. Marmol Radziner provided architectural and construction services on this project.
The first floor living room, dining room, and kitchen are arranged in a continuous plan along the length of the plot. A central hallway connects the children’s bedrooms in front to the study and master suite in the back. The interior living spaces are integrated seamlessly with outdoor features: the childrens’ bedrooms connect a common outdoor terrace, and the master bed and bath are connected by an open atri...

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