Surfside Projects + Lloyd Russell completed a genuine residence in California that pays homage to the coastal style. Avocado Acres House sticks out thanks to its bold geometry and welcoming outdoor spaces.
“ A sloping curved shed roof unifies the 3 pavilions that define the U-shape plan and courtyard space, ” the architects said. “ Throughout the interior a constant engagement to the outside gives the creating a grandeur that belies the home’s small footprint. It’; s single level living spaces, privacy from the road and functional layout for the inhabitants is the soul of our design strategy. ”
As you step inside, you see an array of colorful spaces, bursting with personality. Natural wood tones on the vaulted ceiling, flooring and cabinetry contrast with the concrete finishes in the living area. Surfboards on display and framed artistic works add to the holiday feel of the place.
“ The floor plan consists of 3 defined areas joined in a U shape where each volume programs right to the outdoor courtyard, ” the designers added. “ Tall sliding glass walls vanish in to wall pockets and clerestory glazing that entirely wraps above the primary living space provides plenty of day light. ” Photography courtesy of Surfside Projects.
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