Our Wakecrest Residence was published in Interiors Magazine: Read Online.
From the Article:
“First a triangle, then a square, and finally a circle: The plan for architect Russell Shubin’s house in Malibu begins with what he calls “the most basic architectonic shapes.” The triangle is found in the pitch of the roof, the square halved and morphed into elongated rectangles housing the kitchen and bedroom volumes, and the circle stretching into a sphere to become the chimney.
For Shubin-who lived in the 1962 modern tract house with is wife, Erica, and two sons, Brach and Quaid, for years before embarking on the renovation-these shapes help “distill this house down to its essential bones.”
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