The renovation in the Hollywood Hills consisted of updating an existing house that needed an entry, a kitchen, a new stairway, new floors, plumbing, electrical, mechanical, lighting, music studio, and cabinetry.
A glass gate was created for privacy. The front door needed tobe special so it was fabricated from reclaimed wood from an 1885 school house.This 5 foot wide door pivots to open. The roof was extended to form a trellis to accentuate the sense of entry.
The gate was a custom design, fabricated from standard aluminum extrusions and hardware. The stainless steel lockset was selected for durability.
The inside of the house was gutted. Old mechanical ducts and a cramped stairs were removed for a more open, grand staircase. Steel columns were used for support to create an open plan.
the stair was designed similar to a truss to keep the components thin and light.
The bamboo cabinetry, stainless steel counter and engineered stone was custom fabricated from FA design and drawings.
Custom fabrication from FA design and fabrication drawings.
The design of the room was coordinated with an Acoustic Engineer for maximum sound isolation properties. The ventilation, heating and cooling was coordinated with a mechanical engineer.