February 13th, 2013

MCM Home by David Hyun (AIA)

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While browsing through some real estate sites, I found this beautiful vintage MCM home located at Hancock park in Los Angeles. The property features 4 beds and 4 bathes in over 400o sq. ft and is currently off the market.

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The L-shaped house was designed by the first Korean American architect, David Hyun who passed away last year at the age of 95. It is a gem of mid century modern that takes you back to the era.

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You can see other house that David Hyun designed here.

December 15th, 2012

Eclectic TriBeCa Loft

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This eclectic home from the NewYork Times show great examples of how to repurpose unique objects as an interior decor. Why didn’t I come up with the idea of displaying Chinese wax heads in glass domes!? Although a little strange, every piece looks like they belong together in this beautifully art directed space.

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‘The owner Mr. Svenson and Mr. Burkhalter bought this loft as raw space in 1993, for $100,000. It now has two bathrooms, an office for Mr. Burkhalter, a studio for Mr. Svenson, two sitting rooms and one bedroom. There are no dead animals in the bedroom, a concession to Mr. Burkhalter, who says that there was a time when he slept with one eye open.’

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More story “here.”


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