Bridge House by Dan Brunn Architecture
Located in Los Angeles, California, this inspiring single family house has been designed in 2020 by Dan Brunn Architecture.
A visionary architectural project born in the heart of Hancock Park, Bridge House LA offers an updated approach to residential building, characterized by a respect to the environment and a deep connection to nature.. Designed by Dan Brunn, AIA, Principal of Dan Brunn Architecture, the one-of-a kind “bridge house” earns its name by bridging 65′ over a natural stream. The 4,500-square-foot home, realized with the help of trusted partner MODAA Inc., serves as a demonstration of innovative systems and forward-thinking processes. The design exemplifies Brunn’s signature minimalist aesthetic, evident in dynamic spatial choreography of light and volume. “The idea is to do something extraordinary with ordinary means,” says Brunn.
Dan Brunn carefully curated a roster of leading brands to contribute to the construction and design of this property with their innovative products. The selection of Bridge House sponsors include: Aero Shade, Aquor Water Systems, Aromatech, Aster, Atlas Concorde, Baldwin, Bassines, Benjamin Moore, BMW, Bone Structure, Bosch, Caesarstone, Cantoni, Caste& Framing, Clopay, Concrete Collaborative, Dornbracht, Duravit, Dwell, Eaton Halo + Eaton Neo-Ray, Eero, Elite Building Materials, EQ3, Esthec Terrace, EZ Concept, Habitat Horticulture, HPC, Hydrazzo, Infinity Drain, JEE-O, Lanai Construction, Legrand, LiftMaster, Lynx, Madera, MODAA Construction, The Modern Fan Co, Montigo Fireplaces, Mosa., Mr. Steam, One Button, Pentair, Quick Joist, Real Cedar, Savant, Segal Shuart, Signature Hardware, Simple Human, Somfy, Stickbulb, Sunpower, Tamlyn, Western Window Systems, Xtreme Interior Architectural Solutions, and Yamaha.
Following its recent unveiling, and throughout the coming year, Bridge House will be activated with a variety of events sponsored by the likes of BMW, Pentair, MODAA, Oliver Peoples, and many more.
The property will also be used to showcase revolving art exhibits. The first installation to adorn the Bridge House walls was a body of work by multidisciplinary artist Tasya van Ree titled ‘Mother Nature and The Sound of Her Feminine Dream”, which is a representation of visual dreamlike imagery; an inspirational message of love, self empowerment, and a deeper understanding of the heart and the invisible patterns of its cosmic foundation. For Frieze Los Angeles 2020, Bridge House became home to “Paris-Los Angeles”, a conceptual art exhibit featuring works from artists like John Baldessari, Alex Israel, and James Jean.
Photography by Gavin Cater