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Photos: Sunday Dinner for 30+ in Silver Lake

Every Sunday, more than 30 people gather at Resa and Diego Caivanos’ Silver Lake home for Sunday dinner.

The kitchen in the Caivano’s home is filled with family, friends, neighbors and acquaintances. Diego calls their home, a safe space.
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For Diego Caivano, the outdoor barbecue area connects him to his Argentinian roots.
 (Mark Boster/For The Times)
While the sun begins to set, the warm glow of the evening illuminates the pink tile of the asado, the Argentinian-inspired barbecue area. (Mark Boster/For The Times )
Doctors Diego and Resa Caivano love having dinner with their friends so much that it has become a weekly tradition in their hillside Silver Lake home. (Mark Boster/For The Times)
The kitchen in Diego and Resa Caivano’s home is buzzing with activity as everyone helps to prepare Sunday dinner, a weekly event.  (Mark Boster/For The Times)
The rooftop garden area, by Russell Wightman Design, provides a constant supply of vegetables for Sunday dinner. ((Mark Boster/For The Times))
Artichokes reach for the sky in the vegetable garden on top of the garage. (Mark Boster/For The Times)
The rooftop garden area provides a constant supply of vegetables. (Mark Boster/For The Times )
Children swim in a natural pool filtered by plants. (Mark Boster/For The Times)
The kitchen is abuzz with activity as guests helps to prepare with vegetables from the rooftop garden. (Mark Boster/For The Times)
Xenia Caivano, 7 runs past a natural pool that is filtered by plants. (Mark Boster/For The Times)
Children head upstairs in the modern, family-friendly home.  (Mark Boster/For The Times)
Brooks Atwood designed the Caivanos’ multi-level home as “a machine for living.”  (Mark Boster/For The Times)
A quiet spot on a deck off of the master bedroom provides solitude in a home filled with guests. (Mark Boster/For The Times )
The Hollywood sign and the Griffith Park Observatory are reflected in the glass of a porthole window in the first floor bathroom. (Mark Boster/For The Times )
Doctors Diego and Resa Caivano, left, love having dinner with their friends so much that it has become a Sunday tradition in their hillside Silver Lake home. (Mark Boster/For The Times )
Guests relax outdoors at the colorful barbecue area.  (Mark Boster/For The Times)
The sun begins to set and the evening light illuminates the Silver Lake home of doctors Diego and Resa Caivano, casting a reflection of the new home in their pool. (Mark Boster/For The Times )
A colorful sunset illuminates the sky above the pool at the Caivanos’ Silver Lake home. (Mark Boster/For The Times )
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