Cincinnati Museum of Art
Houses for the Next Millennium Competition
Third place out of more than 10,000 entries!
The architects of the next century must learn to recycle space in the same way we recycle our garbage - finding value in waste. To illustrate the idea of recycling neglected space in Los Angeles, we integrated a small Hollywood house with a billboard. The idea is specific to its site because Los Angeles embraces the romance of the automobile, and billboards are everywhere. The client's money is well spent: Here, parking stalls are like gold, and the billboard addresses the famous corner of Laurel Canyon and Sunset. This is an object that disrupts daily life just enough to make one believe that there is maybe more to life than the humdrum.