The 'Venice House' by Lewin Wertheimer Architect is a home that uses the letter 'L' as the main shape for both the interior and exterior. The house is roughly 3,100 square feet. The home was build for a single family and it merges elements of Japanese, Californian and Mediterranean architecture.

The pool in the backyard of the 'Venice House' by Lewin Wertheimer Architect is heated using solar panels.

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