Architecture Design of Bridge House

Description About The Project

Bridge House designed by Dan Brunn Architecture is as a literal bridge, spanning nearly 20-meters over a natural stream that runs through the site. With approximately 400 square meters of floor area, the home is a dynamic spatial choreography of light and volume with windows and exterior spaces carefully designed to maximize indoor to outdoor connections.

Indeed, the house’s long profile is not fully evident from the street. As it stretches deep into the property. Designed to blend with the verdant surroundings, the home has exterior walls clad in pale cedar boards. Besides, windows and doors framed with black metal, serving as a contrast to the pale-toned siding. Through a set of pivoting glass doors and step insides, it is a bright home with a fluid layout. In addition to this, the division of public and private zones occurs at the point where the home crosses over the creek.

The public area, which occupies the front portion of the home, includes a living room, dining room, kitchen, terrace powder room, laundry, garage and den. The private zone, which is set farther back, encompasses a master suite, a bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, and two bedrooms with a shared bathroom. On the other hand, the lower level of the home contains a pool house with a game room and shower, which overlooks an infinity-edge swimming pool. The pool’s water is heated via photovoltaic panels on the roof, which help generate energy for the entire dwelling.

The Architecture Design Project Information:

Bridge House Nestled in Nature in Los Angeles by Dan Brunn Architecture
At the far end of Bridge House lies the infinity edge pool, meant to be a relaxing space for friends and family.
Bridge House Nestled in Nature in Los Angeles by Dan Brunn Architecture
Indeed, ​the one of a kind “Bridge House” earns its name by bridging 65’ over a natural stream.
Bridge House Nestled in Nature in Los Angeles by Dan Brunn Architecture
Bridge House Nestled in Nature in Los Angeles by Dan Brunn Architecture
Bridge House Nestled in Nature in Los Angeles by Dan Brunn Architecture
Bridge House Nestled in Nature in Los Angeles by Dan Brunn Architecture
An outdoor spaces to relax and immerse in nature.
Bridge House Nestled in Nature in Los Angeles by Dan Brunn Architecture
Indeed, the entrance of this Bridge House is dramatic. Architect Dan Brunn imagined the door as a “hug” to embrace and bring people into the home.
Bridge House Nestled in Nature in Los Angeles by Dan Brunn Architecture
Bridge House Nestled in Nature in Los Angeles by Dan Brunn Architecture
An extension of the public space, an outdoor terrace, features floor to ceiling sliding glass doors to lounge area.​
Bridge House Nestled in Nature in Los Angeles by Dan Brunn Architecture
Bridge House Nestled in Nature in Los Angeles by Dan Brunn Architecture
Bridge House Nestled in Nature in Los Angeles by Dan Brunn Architecture
The kitchen is the heart of the Bridge House, opens out to the living room via a concealed egress. Modern wooden cabinetry, quartz countertops, and a substantial island compliment the expansive sliding glass window doors. Floor to ceiling windows invite in a flood of natural light and sun-lit beams. Much like the living area, the kitchen designed to promote sleek and seamless entertaining, with a minimal footprint.
Bridge House Nestled in Nature in Los Angeles by Dan Brunn Architecture
Even the master bathroom features views of the landscape beyond.
The bathroom offers sinks, a bath, and a steam shower.
Bridge House Nestled in Nature in Los Angeles by Dan Brunn Architecture

The Bridge House Gallery:

Text by the Architects: A visionary architectural exploration born in the heart of Hancock Park, Bridge House LA has officially reached completion after 2 years of construction. Designed by Dan Brunn, AIA, Principal of Dan Brunn Architecture, the one-of-a kind “bridge house” will literally bridge 65’ over a natural stream.

Photo credit: Brandon Shigeta| Source: Dan Brunn Architecture

For more information about this project; please contact the Architecture firm :
– Add: 6363 Wilshire Blvd # 503, Los Angeles, CA 90048, United States
– Tel: +1 310-855-3555
– Email: [email protected]

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