Avocado Acres By Surfside Projects

If you had to distill Southern California’s style into one project, pointing towards the Avocado Acres home designed by Surfside Projects and Lloyd Russel wouldn’t be the worst response.

Inspired in large part by the mid-century designs of Joseph Richler and the Case Study homes in Los Angeles, this house features a distinct 1960s feel to it.The angular roof combined with the brusque concrete contrast well with the home’s wooden tones and light, airy windows located above the front wall. The homage to the old-school style doesn’t stop at the front door. The home’s interior is adorned with period furniture, lighting, and art – all well lit by the floor-to-ceiling windows located around the home’s u-shaped courtyard. Not everything about this home is from the mid-century, however. The Aa house was built using modern materials and methods and was California Green Point Rated. So far as we know, there aren’t any time machines out there yet – but this may be the next best thing.

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