If you ever visit Los Angeles and wish to check out a design studio, you might want to try (fer)studio. (Fer)studio – form, environment, research – is a architectural, interior, landscape and master planning design studio that has won many awards in the past. Their designs are eco friendly and keep the environment in mind. They are also very modern and aesthetically pleasing. Some of their most famous projects are the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, Thompson Beverly Hills and Father’s Office and the Coronado Museum in San Diego. They also design residential buildings. One of them is the West Hollywood Residence.
You can find the West Hollywood Residence in the hills above Sunset Boulevard, California. Due to its fortunate placement, both Beverly Hills and Brentwood can be seen from the house. It is a building that has 3 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, a living room and a spacious kitchen.
The owner’s desire was to blend the Asian influence with a modern design. He wanted to have a place where he could easily display his memorabilia from Cambodia and Thailand.
The house has an attractive and modern design. The rooms are spacious and bright. Medium sized windows are placed strategically in order to let as much natural light as possible in. The kitchen is large and fully equipped.
Moreover, the Asian influences can be seen round every corner. The door of the office is a three hundred year old monastery door from South East Asia.
The master bedroom and the adjacent bathroom are inset in jade, another Asian symbol. The silk carpeting is another beautiful touch that makes you feel as if you are in Asia.
In the powder room, an antique Asian table with a granite basin catches the eye of whoever stumbles in the room. Moreover, the stainless steel wall-mounted fixture brings another modern element to the design of the house.
What do you think of the design of the West Hollywood Residence?