Pictures of the 511 House in Pacific Palisades 1
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These house pictures showcase the work of Kanner Architects on the “511 House” in Pacific Palisades, California. The home measures 3,500 square feet and has two stories. A theme in the house plans was to blur the lines between indoor and outdoor. The first floor is nearly all lit by natural sunlight with windows and sliding glass doors everywhere. The main house areas such as the living room, kitchen and dining room are all on this floor. The sliding glass doors can be pulled back to allow the natural breeze to come in turning the floor into a near patio due to all the sunlight. Inspiration for the home was drawn from Richard Neutra and Ray Eames. The home furnishings show a lot of Eames’ influence.

Pictures of the 511 House in Pacific Palisades
curb appeal
homes in California
using natural light in a home
modern kitchen cabinets

boxy house plans
circle windows that open
circular bathroom mirrors
flower vase
hardwood floors along with wood walls
high ceilings
home office
house design with lots of glass
narrow stair cases