Annie Wells, Los Angeles Times
BIRD'S EYE VIEW: The main floor of each town house has a soaring ceiling that makes the space feel open and airy. The design also acts as passive ventilation, drawing cool air in through windows below and allowing hot air to rise and escape through operable skylights and top-floor doors. Every level opens onto outdoor space: Bedrooms on the bottom floor have patios, living areas on the middle floor have balconies, and the loft-like mezzanines lead to rooftop sun decks.
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