It's not on a regular basis that you just get land with a pure stream working via it, particularly in Los Angeles. When architect Dan Brunn of Dan Brunn Structure noticed the stream cross his land, he determined to climb above it. The consequence – the end result of two years of Brunn's work – is a four,500 sq. foot visionary home referred to as Bridge Home, which bridges a pure stream.
The broad, horizontal quantity spans 210 toes throughout the terrain and has a minimalist design that makes use of gentle and area to its benefit. Dan Brunn organized an inventory of manufacturers he wished to work with, akin to Benjamin Moore, BMW, Bosch, Caeserstone, Concrete Collaburative, Eero, Legrand, MODAA, Savant, Yamaha, and extra.
A number of of those manufacturers, like Yamaha and Bosch, will manage activations to convey this home to life – in their very own means. The property may even host artwork reveals and a brief exhibit throughout Frieze LA.
Inside, Bridge Home incorporates a front room, a eating room, a kitchen, a master bedroom, three bedrooms, a terrace bathe room, a storage, a swimming pool and a pool home. Brunn took benefit of the river and used it as a pure separator to separate private and non-private areas from the residence.
Brunn cites as inspiration the primary modernists Pierre Koenig, Mies van der Rohe and Craig Ellwood. It is usually simple to see their affect: with simplistic aesthetic parts of mid-century fashionable structure, manifested by clear traces and clearly delimited areas.
Pictures by Brandon Shigeta.