Edward Ogosta Architecture has renovated a 1940s house in California with light-filled white interiors and a master bedroom extension overlooking the garden.
The house, originally built in 1944, was overhauled with a glazed expansion towards the back of the lot by the local firm. Architect Edward Ogosta and his team sought to breathe new life into the ageing residence, while respecting original details and keeping it in line with nearby builds.
The single-storey building spans 1,450 square feet (135 square metres) and is located in Culver City – a part of Los Angeles County. The home is surrounded by similar bungalow houses, with low pitches and minimal exterior details.