Ultra-modern home designs usually boast a refined and minimalist aesthetic that is accented by the primary material of choice and the interior arrangement of the space. DEX Studio embraces this in the development of the Keeshen Residence — initially a single-story abode in Los Angeles. The architects embark on the project with the decision to extract the panoramic potentials of the site and establish a strong connection between the outside and the inside.
DEX Studio's approach to the renovation process embraces nature to a higher degree than other ultra-modern home designs. The firm uses wood as a primary material, creating a warm aesthetic for the Keeshen Residence. An extra floor is added to amplify the impact of the landscape, while the abode enjoys a layout that embraces vegetation and optimizes light.
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