When it comes to building practices and approaches toward erecting new structures or renovating old ones, one can opt for the efficient way or chose to embrace a slower pace — both methods have benefits. While one provides for a quick but often costly construction, the other allows for the architect in command to be stress-free and meticulously plan out the course of the construction.
Architect Martin Fenlon chose the latter building practice for the renovation and expansion of his incredibly geometry-forward bungalow in Los Angeles. Steadily adding more living spaces and a bigger office in the LA home, Martin Fenlon worked alongside two other people and thus was successful in being cost-effective in his building practice, although the entire project took about five years to complete.
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