CS1 Crestview 社区和休闲空间 ,洛杉矶, HA+MA

CS1 Crestview是一个社区和娱乐空间,位于加州洛杉矶连绵起伏的山脊上,围绕景观、背景和深思熟虑的建筑实践而设计。从远处看,这个结构就像一个隐藏在成熟的橡树林中的小傻瓜–一个漂浮在树上的木头平面,被西面的砖块固定住。

CS1 Crestview is a community and recreation space set on a ridge in the rolling hills of Los Angeles, California designed around landscape, context, and considered construction practices. With panoramic views across the city and to the mountains beyond, the structure is seen from afar as a small folly tucked into a grove of mature oak trees – a plane of wood floating within the trees and anchored by a brick mass to the west.


Made around a palette of simple materials – Concrete, Alaskan Cedar, and handmade brick – CS1 is constructed around a series of keyframed views and axis’, allowing circulation of visitors and light while large glass walls slide away, opening the space to both its immediate and distant surroundings. The interior and exterior flow together both spatially and materially as the roof and floor planes sweep through to the landscape beyond.


Utilizing exposed glulam structural members and custom, hidden steel plates, and connections, a dramatic yet intimate space is formed from the tight and considered plan. The structure itself provides new utilities and amenities while the striking cantilever offers shade, a place to socialize, and frames dramatic views across the Southern Californian landscape.

Architects: HA+MA
Area: 1500 ft²
Year: 2020
Photographs: Lance Gerber
Lead Architects: Eric Hawkins, Scrap Marshall
GC:Trent Laughton
Structural And Civil Engineers:M6
City:Los Angeles
Country:United States


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