The stunning 700 Palms Residence is a prime example of site-specific architecture. Designed by Steven Ehrlich Architects, the striking structure mixes raw industrial materials with a polished modern aesthetic, making it a monument to eponymous SoCal style
husly (design: wullum) small weekend house with an enclosed atrium. large sliding doors make it possible to close the summer house completely when not in use. large living room with windows on both sides means that you can enjoy the view from the atrium.
Slats of formed birch separate the boardroom from a corridor at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe’s Midtown office by Studios Architecture. The fading interlayer of a meeting room’s glass enclosure is the result of a custom printing technique.