Home of The Times: The Amoroso Project

Los Angeles Times “The Amoroso Project” photo gallery.

“Architect Daniel Monti looks out from his recently finished private gallery space, the Amoroso Project, for Diane Klein, an entertainment executive who collects video art.”
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Los Angeles Times

Venice architects bridge generations with two-home design

Love of place more than space rooted Julie Smith-Clementi and Frank Clementi to their 600-square-foot, 1920s cottage and its sociable walk street in Venice.

The architect couple settled here in 1994 and two years later added a second floor, preserving the original footprint and situating the master bedroom to face west, toward the neighbor’s huge Southern magnolia, said by locals to be nearly 80 years old.
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LuxuryCulture.com

This was a very difficult new 6000 square foot contemporary hillside home designed by Brent Seville. This home featured hardwood flooring, modern kitchens and baths, full glass entry, and a very unique walking bridge leading to its 2 story artist tower. This project also featured a pool that sat up approx. 30 feet over the descending hillside.
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Better Homes & Gardens

This is one of our more unique projects. It was a 5800 square foot concrete contemporary home with a full guest house, pool, tennis court, custom dog run, and 5 car detached garage all nestled on approx. 3 acres. This house was design by Peter Tolkin. The house consists of solid board formed exposed concrete walls with 12 foot open beam wood ceilings. The ceilings seamlessly ran from the interior space to the exterior overhanging eves. Oversized Metal Window corp. windows and doors where used providing more than adequate natural light throughout the entire home. Oversized limestone flooring was used throughout. The house featured a large modern kitchen and beautiful artistic baths. Lastly, this home was given an award by the concrete ready mix association for the overall finished quality of the concrete structure.
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