Westgate Residence

Westgate Residence

Architect
Eric Rosen Architects
Location
Los Angeles, CA, USA | View Map
Project Year
2017
Category
Private Houses
Benny Chan/ Fotoworks
Product Spec Sheet

ElementBrand
Bronze anodized aluminum doors and windowsWestern Window Systems
Integral color smooth trowel stucco – exterior wallsMerlex
Master Bath Walls – Silver Rover Polished MarbleModul Marble
Bar Counter - Volcano Quartz Stone SlabSouthland Stone
Noce Line Chiseled Stone – exterior cladding, Basalt Antique Flamed Tile – Facade CladdingStone Source
Bronze anodized aluminum skylights & windowsSun Valley Bronze

Product Spec Sheet
Bronze anodized aluminum doors and windows
Integral color smooth trowel stucco – exterior walls
by Merlex
Master Bath Walls – Silver Rover Polished Marble
Bar Counter - Volcano Quartz Stone Slab
Noce Line Chiseled Stone – exterior cladding, Basalt Antique Flamed Tile – Facade Cladding
Bronze anodized aluminum skylights & windows

Westgate Residence

Eric Rosen Architects as Architects

Our concept for this 7500sf single-family residence was derived from the site/context, the clients desire for an indoor/outdoor living experience afforded by the southern California climate and inspiration from noted artist Richard Serra’s 1975 Delineator.

 

This unusually large, lush and secluded flag lot set deeply back from the main street was largely unnoticed due to the existing home that blocked any potential experience that the expanse of the site offered. Taking inspiration from the tension created between perpendicular planes in Serra’s Delineator, our solution was to create a centralized outdoor living space defined by the adjacent tectonic forms and horizontal surfaces allowing for a more direct connection across the property and between interior and exterior spaces. In one direction, the concrete of the driveway, the stone of the covered patio, the grass and the surface of the “IKB”-inspired pool together act as a continuous surface supporting the outdoor experience. Perpendicular to those surfaces floats the mass of the second floor which gently rests on the main living spaces and a pool/guest house. This outdoor space becomes both a place as well as a window through the building.

 

The spatial tension created by Serra’s steel plates became more than just a building diagram. Tall sheets of glass separate floor and ceiling planes and windows and skylights become the void between building surfaces both framing views and bringing the outdoor environment inside.  As a result, outdoor spaces, trees and sky become intertwined with the forms of the house and all become equal part subject.

 

Material Used :
1. Stone Source - Basalt Antique Flamed Tile – Facade Cladding
2. Merlex - Integral color smooth trowel stucco – exterior walls
3. IPE wood – facade and exterior door cladding
4. Walnut – interior flooring
5. Biancone Limestone – interior flooring and exterior pavers
6. Western Door/ Window System - bronze anodized aluminum doors and windows
7. Sun Valley - bronze anodized aluminum skylights & windows
8. Stone Source - Noce Line Chiseled Stone – exterior cladding
9. Stained Walnut Veneer – kitchen cabinets
10. RG – Pool Tile – Color 20 WA 37
11. Southland Stone – Bar Counter - Volcano Quartz Stone Slab
12. Modul Marble and Granite – Master Bath Walls – Silver Rover Polished Marble

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