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LA Quinta, California, Vacation Residence

Posted on November 15, 2016 by Rebecca Londoño | 0 Comments

Took From www.thecoolhunter.net

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We love the harmonious proportions and the balance of form and colour of this La Quinta, California, single-family vacation house.

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Our favourite features are the views from the inside and the way the house sits on its site when viewed from various directions from the outside. 

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When you are indoors, each massive window frames a perfectly proportioned setting. Each tree, each stone, each variation of the hot-climate vegetation.

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When you approach the house from any direction, it appears to be part of a still life. It is so perfectly set into its site and so beautifully framed by the trees, stones, slight elevations and stairs.

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Los Angeles and San Francisco-based Marmol Radziner was in charge of creating this 6,500 square-foot (604 square meter) single-family vacation residence that overlooks a golf course with the San Jacinto mountains in the background.

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With its limestone flooring and bleached-teak ceilings, the house’s colour scheme echoes that of the surrounding area. 

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The slatted overhangs filter the fierce sunlight and create beautiful patterns on the walkways. These patterns accentuate the forms of the building itself.

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Founded in 1989 by architects Leo Marmol and Ron Radziner, managing principal and design principal, respectively, Marmol Radziner is a design-build firm. It is involved in architecture, restoration, construction, landscape design and interior design, and is  known even for jewelry, housewares and furniture design. 

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Their best-known restoration projects in Palm Springs include the 1946 Richard Neutra-designed Kaufmann House they restored in 1998 and the 1961 E. Stewart Williams-designed Edward Harris Pavilion (Architecture and Design Center) they completed in 2014.  Tuija Seipell.la-quinta9

 


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