Manipulating light and space, archite...

Manipulating light and space, architect Edward Ogosta redeems a plain Culver City bungalow

If buildings are reflections of their makers, then architect Edward Ogosta's Culver City home deftly encapsulates his belief in what he calls "quiet architecture." Lean and introspective, with a modern addition that gracefully extends the living quarters while retaining 97 percent of the original dwelling, it offers a compelling alternative to the demolish-and-rebuild mentality that has reshaped neighborhoods across Los Angeles.

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