It’s not daily that you just get a plot of land with a pure stream working by means of it, particularly in Los Angeles. When architect Dan Brunn of Dan Brunn Structure noticed the brook slicing throughout his plot, he determined to rise above it. The end result – a end result of two years of Brunn’s work – is a visionary, four,500-square-foot residence known as the Bridge Home, that bridges over a pure stream.
The extensive, horizontal quantity stretches 210 ft throughout the grounds and has a minimalist design that makes use of gentle and area to its benefit. Dan Brunn curated a listing of manufacturers he needed to work with on the home, from the likes of Benjamin Moore, BMW, Bosch, Caeserstone, Concrete Collaburative, Eero, Legrand, MODAA, Savant, Yamaha, and extra.
A number of of those manufacturers, reminiscent of Yamaha and Bosch, might be internet hosting activations to deliver this home to life – their method. The property will even host artwork reveals and a brief present throughout Frieze LA.
Inside, Bridge Home incorporates a lounge, a eating room, a kitchen, a main bedroom, three bedrooms, a terrace powder room, a storage, a pool, and a pool home. Brunn leveraged on the river and used it as a pure divider to separate private and non-private areas within the residence.
Brunn cites early modernists Pierre Koenig, Mies van der Rohe, and Craig Ellwood as inspiration. It’s straightforward to see their affect too: with simplistic aesthetic components of mid-century fashionable structure, manifesting as clear strains and clearly delineated areas.
Photographs by Brandon Shigeta.