This medieval residence is located on a steep hill below the Shakespeare Bridge in Los Angeles and was recently renovated by ras-a. The house is now named “House under the Bridge”, although it is good, but it is crowded and outdated. The homeowner chooses to live in the house for a while to get a feel for it and decide what he wants to change. Due to strict building regulations, they are not allowed to extend the footprints of their homes, but instead find more square feet at a higher level in the original space.
The home is divided into three floors, allowing the lower floors to be paved and paved for laundry and guest bathrooms without increasing floor space.
The existing columns and girder roofs are not insulated, so they spray hard foam insulation from the roof side and then apply a white reflective coating. The windows have been upgraded and some of them can be passively cooled and ventilated.
A window surrounds the outdoor landscape, including the Gothic view of the bridge.
The master bedroom is located behind the glass wall, allowing natural light to enter while providing a view of the trees. If privacy is required, the curtains can be closed.
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