A small 600 square foot house built in 1922, recently got a makeover. Located in Los Angeles’ Mount Washington neighborhood, the house was foreclosed on in 2010, but thanks to Fung House Architects, its got life again.
The inside got a revamped with openings instead of doors to the additional rooms.
The attic is now a small room with a skylight for gazing at the moon.
The door to the patio is a corrugated polycarbonate, so it can allow light but no one can see you naked if you choose to walk around like that. The door also doubles as a canopy when open.