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AIA|LA May 6th Home Tour: Palisades to Brentwood!

AIA|LA May 6th Home Tour: Palisades to Brentwood!

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 AIA|LA Spring Home Tour 2012, PALISADES TOBRENTWOOD, sponsored by Gruen Associates
Contact: Nathalia Morales-Evanks,AIA|LA Communications Coordinatornathalia@aialosangeles.org 
Los Angeles, April 5, 2012
- AIA|LA is thrilled to take you West for round two of the2012 Spring Home Tours Series, PALISADES TO BRENTWOOD on May 6th from 11am - 4 pm, sponsored by Gruen Associates.With such an array of luxurious and spacious architectural treasures, selecting homes fora tour in neighborhoods like Brentwood and the Palisades is not easy. Yet, every seasonwe go out of our way to bring you amazing homes!Carlo Caccavale, Associate Director for AIA Los Angeles said that,
“these homes represent the best combination in regards to what Los Angeles design and architecture has to offer, in terms of scale, position, lifestyle and the glam factor." 
Glam Factorindeed, these homes are glamorous and opulent! Come see them in person on May 6th!To get your dash of modern Los Angeles living, join us for “PALISADES TOBRENTWOOD,” home tour on May 6th from 11 am - 4pm.
Designers featured on PALISADES TO BRENTWOOD include:
• Warren W. Wagner, AIA• Barbara Callas, AIA• Michael Lehrer, FAIA• William Hefner, AIA
Ticket information:
Purchase MAY 6 Tour Tickets:
 AIA Members: $65 (excluding applicable registration fees)Non Members $75 (excluding applicable registration fees)
The “Brentwood to Palisades” tour features the following homes….
Los Angeles
A Chapter of the American Institute of Architects
Cor-ten Cottage(Barbara Callas, AIA - Callas Architects, Inc.)
Streets snake through thePalisades, populated by60
s shacks and mansions.10 years ago, architectBarbara Callas bought ashack to get her twintoddlers Westside air andcontinue the experimentthat is her architecture.The key issue in the twostage course of therenovation was thechallenge presented bynarrow property lines,shallow frontage, and thecode requirements that restricted adding a third story which was the main motivation wasto add a master with a peek of the pacific.The architect
s work is guided by a
Minimalist Mind and Humanist Hand.
The projectbecame continuing research in materiality. The resultant shell is rusting corrugated Cor-Ten steel. It requires no paint and no maintenance. The three levels of the residenceare open each to the garden or the sea and separated from one another. The living level- previously limited in fenestration - is now a wall of transparency facing northern lightthat views a terraced garden of pepper, palm, bamboo and agave. The baths are bothpractical and playful: the girl
s sports a large rain shower head in a space of pristinesubway tile where the Labradoodle gets her weekly wash. The powder room issurrounded in sumptuous chocolate bronze tile, its glass enclosed shower is framed floorto ceiling by a slim south facing semi-opaque glass edge where the shadows of palmfronds dance.Callas and her husband Paul Gurian wanted their 600 square-foot master to be apermanent weekend getaway. His and her
chairs sit upon a tight lama pilecarpet which hosts the B&B bed, and side tables that face the ubiquitous flat screen.The bath is an oversized wet room with his and her showers. The fixtures areintersected by open walls of glass that illuminate the fabric of the mosaic tile. Light, thesignature of modern design, here as in other geometries of the home heightens theparadox of being open to the world while tucked away in the primal privacy of this cor-tencottage.
Palleschi-Hart Residence(Warren W. Wagner, AIA - W3 Architects)Pacific Palisades, CA
Project Team:Architect: W3 Architects, Warren Wagner AIA - Principal, Deva Berg - Project ManagerGeneral Contractor: Joseph Kaplan Construction
Structural Engineer: Leo Parker, Parker Resnick Structural EngineersThe Palleschi-HartResidence is a 5,600square foot sustainablydesigned, passive solarhome located in PacificPalisades, California. Theresidence has a pavilionlike family wing with a2,500 square foot greenroof above and an openentertaining wing housinga library, living room, anddining area. A solar loggiashelters these mainfurnished spaces fromdirect South light while optimizing direct solar gain.The residence features reclaimed oak floors and ceilings, natural stonewalls and a warmnatural plaster throughout. A photovoltaic array provides for all the home
s power needswhile a separate active solar thermal water heating system provides the hot waterneeded for domestic use, the in-floor hydronic radiant heating system, and the pool andspa.This unique hillside property offered an opportunity to engage the house with the sitethrough the design of a 8 foot high thermal earth berm on the home
s North side whichcontributes to it
s passive solar performance in both heating and cooling.
DeBont Residence(Michael Lehrer, FAIA - LEHRER ARCHITECTS LA, Inc.)Pacific Palisades - Mandeville Canyon
This home began life some 60 yearsago as a modest, typical SouthernCalifornia ranch style home set on aMandeville Canyon hilltop plateau.It originally had a front and back.Over time, it had grown in tiny,disjointed increments. The architectand the owners have been working—adding, subtracting, tweaking,transforming--elements of the insideand outside for the past 15 years.

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