American design studio Woods + Dangaran designed a residence in Beverly Hills with beautiful views over Los Angeles and the Pacific Ocean. Carla Ridge Residence has a timeless design, which is enhanced by the high-quality finishing materials.
Woods + Dangaran, an architecture and interior design studio based in Los Angeles, creates homes through dialogue and exploration. During the design process, they work closely with trusted craftsmen and with their clients. This way, the studio is better able to deliver beautiful craftsmanship and inspire the latter with the final product.
In each project, they take a holistic approach, regardless of the scale of the realisation: from integrating architecture and interior design to creating custom-made furniture. The results are sublime yet subtle designs, quietly luxurious, pure in form, elegantly flowing and warmly modern.
The finishing materials reinforce the timeless quality of the design.
One of their projects is Carla Ridge Residence in Trousdale Estates, a district in Beverly Hills, California. A two-storey atrium defines the layout of the residence and allows the building to fit seamlessly into the hillside location. Views to the east, to downtown Los Angeles, and to the west, to the Pacific Ocean, are revealed through framed glazing and along expansive overhanging exterior edges. The master suite is located at the end of the main gallery, surrounded by an outdoor fireplace and seating area screened by blinds. An infinity-edge pool adjoins and is visually integrated into the main room: a pavilion enclosed by full-height sliding glass doors.
The house was finished with teak furniture and wall coverings, travertine floorboards and pre-cast concrete walls in the atrium. These finishing materials reinforce the timeless quality of the design. Want to get enchanted by more impressive projects and inspiring architecture? Be sure to follow us on Instagram on the account Imagicasa Architecture. On this page, we will share unique realisations, promising designs and innovative ideas daily.
Photography by Joe Fletcher