Summit住宅,美国洛杉矶,Patrick Bernatz Ward

Summit House是位于加州洛杉矶的一座极简主义住宅,由Patrick Bernatz Ward设计。Summit House坐落在历史悠久的林肯高地的一个角落里。这个社区坐落在阿罗约塞科(Arroyo Seco)和洛杉矶河(Los Angeles River)之上的一系列山麓丘陵和平台之间,曾经是该市许多原始拓荒者家庭的家园,他们使用当地的河石、木材和粘土建造自己的家园。
采用工艺美术风格的顶峰之家最初建于1907年,在它的使用过程中曾多次改建。我们的方法是重新诠释本土遗产,同时确保设计保持与当代生活相关。灵活的规划、当地的装饰和精心设计的细节使住宅既尊重过去又有利于现在。

Summit House is a minimal home located in Los Angeles, California, designed by Patrick Bernatz Ward. Summit House Sits on a corner lot within historic Lincoln Heights. The neighborhood, which rests among a series of foothills and mesas above the Arroyo Seco and Los Angeles River, was once home to many of the city’s original pioneer families who used local river stone, wood, and clay in the construction of their homes.
Fashioned in the Arts & Crafts style, the Summit House was originally built in 1907 and was remodeled several times over the course of its lifetime. Our approach was to reinterpret a vernacular heritage while ensuring the design remained relevant to contemporary living. Flexible programming, local finishes, and considered detailing lend themselves to a home that is both respectful of the past and conducive to the present.

厨房里有油漆过的凹槽镶板、胡桃木板柜台和当地制造的黑色陶瓦。一盏古色古香的铜灯笼放在贝纳茨设计的定制长椅上。客厅主要采用了中性色调,两边排列着郁郁不收的绿色百叶窗,由一张涂了油的红桉树沙发固定,沙发是专门为这个空间制作的。
相邻的办公室利用同样的深绿色百叶窗将空间连接在一起。从西边可以看到市中心天际线的地方,有一张古董墨西哥书桌,一盏林赛·阿德尔曼(Lindsay Adelman)的铜台灯,还有改装过的格里塔·格罗斯曼(Greta Grossman)椅子。卧室以拱形、石灰粉刷的墙壁和天花板以及定制的红木床头板和家具为特色。

The kitchen is lined with painted groove paneling, walnut slab counters, and locally made black terracotta tile. An antique copper lantern sits above a custom banquette designed by Bernatz. Primary dressed in neutrals, the living room is lined by moody, green-toned shutters and is anchored by an oiled, red Gum Eucalyptus built in sofa made especially for the space.
Tying the spaces together, the adjacent office utilizes the same dark green shutters. An antique Mexican desk, copper Lindsay Adelman table lamp, and repurposed Greta Grossman chair flank the westward view of the downtown skyline. The bedroom features vaulted, lime-washed walls and ceilings and a custom redwood headboard and furniture.

Design: Patrick Bernatz Ward
Photography: John Daniel Powers