Thoughtful redo turns architectural wallflower into inviting, stellar standout at 959 Walnut.

While Architect Wayne Schlock, AIA loves Pasadena’s unique and historic arts & crafts-era niche, he has an affinity for the modern-era buildings that sprung up here in the past 50 years. Undeterred by date details that might leave other enthused, Schlock’s bluepoint architecture & exterior has a knack for taking modern architecture out of the mid-life crisis it has languished in for some years. Take the recent transformation of hat was a diamond in the rough at 959 E. Walnut. The 1970’s modernist office building wasn’t just an indistinguishable wallflower – you could miss it completely, Schlock said.

Bathroom Remodeling work by CalAsia Construction Inc.

Story by: J. Louse Larson // Pasadena Magazine
Photography by: Josh Perrin Photography

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