Michael Lee Architects are part of The Los Angeles chapter of the American Institute of Architects who design the Rogers-Sturz Residence.
The primary living spaces of this 2,300 square foot, two-story house with modern doors are oriented toward a central courtyard that opens up to the living room and main house. An office looks to a front-yard garden and above it the second-story master suite has its own south-facing deck. Exaggerated eaves protect the entry and master suite from the south sun and provide dynamic sculptural composition as one enters the home. The intimate entry space leads to a dramatic double-height living room with floor-to-ceiling glass. Twin stairs lined with bookcases lead to the bedrooms and become a striking wall of built-in furniture.
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