This 1960s Los Angeles home has been recently renovated by architectural firm SweisKloss to resist fire.
The living room of the house features fire-resistant windows with great views of Los Angeles.
This room features fire-resistant windows and open doors to the patio as an escape route.
The house’s living room features fire-resistant windows with great views of Los Angeles.
The sweeping views come with a fire risk. The neighborhood has had to evacuate before. So the homeowners decided to prepare the house to resist flames.
Abeer Sweis of SweisKloss worked on the project.
The house’s second floor has a spa with a jet pool.
The master bedroom features fire-resistant windows.
The guest bedroom.
SweisKloss used fire-resistant kinds of wood and windows to renovate the house.
Abeer Sweis used what she calls an “envelope” strategy to make the house fire-resistant.
This room features fire-resistant windows.
The patio features fire-resistant wood that embellishes the entire home.