Home of the Week | A Venice bungalow reinterpreted
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Home of the Week | A Venice bungalow reinterpreted

Home of the Week | A Venice bungalow reinterpreted

Telescoping glass walls and clerestory windows flood the open-plan interior with natural light while opening rooms to a patio and decking.

 (Christian Harder / ASH Staging)
Home of the Week | A Venice bungalow reinterpreted

The contemporary-style home, which incorporates a 1910 California bungalow into its design, has four bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms and a little over 3,812 square feet.

 

 (Christian Harder / ASH Staging)
Home of the Week | A Venice bungalow reinterpreted

Designed by Noah Walker, the Venice home is anchored by an open common area topped with soaring ceilings.

 

 (Christian Harder / ASH Staging)
Home of the Week | A Venice bungalow reinterpreted

At the heart of the home is a vaulted-ceiling common area with a center-island kitchen and family room with built-ins.

 (Christian Harder / ASH Staging)
Home of the Week | A Venice bungalow reinterpreted

Telescoping glass doors open to decking and patio space to extend the home’s footprint outdoors.

 (Christian Harder / ASH Staging)
Home of the Week | A Venice bungalow reinterpreted

The four-bedroom home in Venice incorporates a 1910 California bungalow into its design.

 (Christian Harder / ASH Staging)
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