Riggs Place Residence is a 6500 sq.-foot pool home designed by Soler Architecture within the Westchester part of Los Angeles. What we like about this place is its excessive degree of openness, combined with a vibrant mixture of supplies and colours. In contrast to many modern residences that encourage soberness and lack of character, this residence appears pleasant, recent and welcoming. In accordance with the outline offered by the architects, the venture was envisioned in an L-formed plan which embraces the pool and opens the rear of the home to the expansive yard and territorial views of the town and mountains past.
Giant sliding patio doorways stack and disappear, blurring the excellence between inside and out of doors. Giant cantilevered roof planes knit the one-story and two-story plenty collectively and are clad in anthracite zinc with giant bamboo soffits and ceiling planes. The metal display supplies privateness for the entry and protects towards the western solar, whereas automated clerestory home windows permit the cooling ocean breezes to naturally stream via the area. Daytime electrical necessities are glad by rooftop photovoltaic cells and home water is preheated by way of a rooftop re-circulating system and saved in a holding tank for later use. [Photos and information provided by Soler Architecture]