We’re proud to be building a very inspired Contemporary Farmhouse with a modern studio in Brentwood, designed by Karen Putman of p2 Design. In this project, we’re building a new home containing approx. 4,200 sq. ft. at the front of a larger lot containing an existing pool and a 768 sq. ft. studio building. The existing studio is a modern sculpture of concrete and glass, designed by Paul Lubowicki. Lubowicki Ranier Architecture received the distinguished 2006 Decade Honor Award from the AIA/LA for his work on this structure. Lubowicki Lanier Architecture also received the distinguished 2006 Decade Honor Award from the AIA/LA for their O’Neill Guesthouse in West Los Angeles. The Decade Award was established to honor the “best of the best” from projects awarded an American Institute of Architects Honor Award within the past 10 years.
The new home reflects transitional architectural combining the Traditional Farmhouse with Contemporary styles, while making a strong connection between the new structure and the existing improvements…to create a cohesive and eclectic compound. The homes exterior is a warm gray tone combining black metal over-sized windows, stone veneer, vertical batten board siding and standing-seam metal roof materials. The interiors stay true to this direction…farmhouse and industrial references in the plumbing and light fixtures, amazing stainless steel appliances, industrial lighting, polished brass accents and black window frames — a crisp and fresh approach to contemporary design. Clean, white, simple materials are applied to the surfaces combining the elegance of a fine New York loft with the rustic, yet contemporary farmhouse of 2017. Innovative, imaginative, inspiring and fun!