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This house and a studio for two artists was designed by Ruben S. Ojeda Architects and Koning Eizenberg Architecture companies and is located at one of the most attractive streets of Santa Monica (the USA). The architects have changed this building (constructed in 1920-s) by adding the second floor and enlarging the ceiling up to 6,7 m. The hexagonal paving tile as well as ceramic pedestal upholds historical features, whereas the opened structure of white walls and stainless elements make the interior modern. High doors, windows and various skylights fill the house`s space with natural light. Apart from that coziness and warmth is provided by parquet floors. The separate two-story studio is used as a home office, guesthouse and a store at the same time.

Photos by Shawn Bishop