All posts tagged as Venice

31 Jul

Dudley Market – LA Eater

In Restaurant Construction by John Murawski / July 31, 2015 / 0 Comments

Venice’s grab-n-go game is as strong as ever, with options like Gjelina Take Away and Gjusta making sure even folks on the move can stay fed. Now there’s Dudley Market, a beach-adjacent cafe space that combines restaurant and retail into one pretty little package.

The work of Conner Mitchell and chef Jesse Barber, Dudley Market leans heavily on the takeout segment, offering a fine collection of house made options from the well-known chef. There are also artisanal goods and ingredients on offer for anyone thinking of whipping something up at home, plus a full-bodied restaurant component that lets locals sit down to enjoy a bite.

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15 Oct

1+3=1House | Architectural Record

In Residential Building Construction by John Murawski / October 15, 2007 / 0 Comments
How do you triple the size of a house when it sits on a small lot in Venice, California? Young Los Angeles architects Steffen Leisner, Ali Jeevanjee, and Phillip Trigas faced this challenge when they collaborated on expanding a house for a couple living in a 970-square-foot, avocado-colored Venice bungalow with shingled siding and a hiedroof near Abbot Kinney Boulevard, the town’s vibrant central drag.The owners-a filmmaker and a multimedia artist-asked the architects to provide them with 2,500 square feet of new space on the bungalow’s long, narrow lot, including living and office areas as well as an art studio and rental unit.

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20 Dec

An asymmetrical collage named 1 + 3 = 1 House

In Residential Building Construction by John Murawski / December 20, 2006 / 0 Comments
How do you triple the size of a house when it sits on a small lot in Venice, California? Young Los Angeles architects Steffen Leisner, Ali Jeevanjee, and Phillip Trigas faced this challenge when they collaborated on expanding a house for a couple living in a

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