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Hancock Park Estate

This airy, sun-filled home was originally a Tudor house comprised of small, dark rooms built in 1925, before the era of modern indoor-outdoor living that California is known for. Together with Jeremiah Brent Design, we removed interior walls to create a more gracious floor plan, and invited in the natural light by replacing nearly all the doors and windows with iron & glass. It was about creating a home that truly reflected the family living there – one that felt sophisticated, happy and warm.

Architect: Cummins Architecture & Design
Bohler Builders Group
Landscape Design: Jeremiah Brent with Rolling Greens
Photography: Christopher Dibble
Published: Architectural Digest, February 2020

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