The Bridge House Via Design Milk

Over the weekend I came across my old high school sketchbook from my architecture courses and it inspired me to view some of the old sites and blogs I would search for inspiration when working on a design project. One of my favorite places to look for more modern trends and styles was a site called design milk and the following is a post from one of the sites bloggers, Keshia Badalge, regarding a house that was constructed over a natural stream in LA.

The Bridge House was designed by architect, Dan Brunn, and is an excellent example of utilizing the natural elements of the surrounding environment to create “new space”. This project reminds me of the same principals and ideas, that Frank Lloyd Wright used when creating his “Falling Water” home in Pennsylvania.

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