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Hidden House Design – Minimizing Complications and Environmental



Hidden House Design – Minimizing Complications and Environmental,

Hidden House Design – Minimizing Complications and Environmental

Hidden House Design – Minimizing Complications and Environmental

Hidden House Design – Minimizing Complications and Environmental

Hidden House Design – Minimizing Complications and Environmental

Hidden House Design – Minimizing Complications and Environmental

Hidden House Design – Minimizing Complications and Environmental

“Hidden House is the perfect example of how incorporating an existing structure can actually be the key to a successful new design,” explains Jeffrey Allsbrook, Standard Principal and Co-Founder. The property, which can only be accessed via a half-mile unpaved road, offers expansive views of the city but seems a world away from Los Angeles at the same time. Hidden House is located on a serene 7-acre site (in Glassell Park where the paved road ends at an old hand written sign marking the entrance to Hidden Valley. Hidden House also features several sustainable materials and features, ranging from the redwood cladding, to reclaimed endgrain block wood, to the cork flooring in the office, and highly efficient appliances/equipment. For detail information and design about Hiden House please visit Standard site.

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