Marmol Radziner: nearer to nature
Marmol Radziner is the result of over 30 years of experience and a perfect combination of Leo marble and Ron Radziner, both architects and both inspired by California modernist design. All of their projects in architecture, Construction, landscape, or Interior design have something in common: the closeness to nature. Whether they create under high sustainability standards design or design outside Rooms, the main focus is on the connection of daily life with the landscape, almost as if they were just one.
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This is our invitation to you: A tour in the midst of nature, great architecture and great interiors, sponsored by Marmol Radziner!
In the immense California Desert, there is an invigorating one oasis! Brilliantly designed by Marmol Radziner, heard about this retreat Leo marble and his wife, Alisa Becket. Located on five acres in Desert Hot Springs, California, this home has been oriented to offer the best views of San Jacinto Peak and the surrounding mountains.
The Desert house hovers six feet above that Desert landscape, attached to a recessed platform. The main living area unfolds to the west with views of the mountains of San Jacinto and San Gorgonio.
Open frames offer sheltered living spaces in which Inner and Outside merge, while the house is connected to the north wing, which houses a guest house and studio space. By forming an “L”, the house creates a protected environment that is a swimming pool and fireplace.
Ridge of the summit
According to Ron Radziner, the owner – an independent art collector, wanted a modern house where every sleeping and living area had a view of the garden roofs and the city The angel Furthermore. You also drew attention to it Living inside and outside, with a special focus on al fresco dining and entertainment with a natural palette of colors and materials.
“The material and color combinations on the facade as well as the terraced volumes and planted roofs allow the building to recede into the slope.”
Located on a steep 2.8 acre slope, this is it residence is defined by a series of cantilevered, overlapping volumes that cascade down and finally nestle into the earth. Each level has a green roof and a private terrace with unique views of the landscape.
Marmol Radziner designed this residence for a young family in Venice, California. The privacy from the street was ensured through the use of a series of screens and walls, which at the same time allowed openness within the property.
A large front yard separates the house from the street with dense vegetation and a playground for small children. A gray plastered facade catches the shadows of the trees and contrasts with the bright rusty red of the fence and the multi-colored wood paneling of the southwest wall. The collage of textures and colors continues Withincreating rhythm and tension throughout the house.
Architectural and construction services were provided by Marmol Radziner for this project.
Something unique about Marmol Radziner is that they are both Architects and contractor and they provide a single source of accountability from project design to building use.
During their careers as architects, they made some mistakes when handing a project over to a contractor who didn’t build the project as planned. Information can be lost during this process. These Design build Concept allowed Marmol Radziner Pursuing standards of excellence that are typically difficult to achieve Architect / contractor ratio.