Camille’s Blog of the Week
Houzz TV: Showing Her Creative Side in a Classic Los Angeles A-Frame
Los Angeles ceramics artist and interior designer Desanka Fasiska’s 1963 A-frame kit house seemed to have more working against it than for it. The slanted walls made furniture arrangement awkward and didn’t offer much insulation or a place to run electricity and pipes. But Fasiska pushed forward, embracing the strangeness and creating an open-plan home with enough spunk to live up to the stunning exposed architecture. Fasiska worked with architect Mario Fonda-Bonardi and builder Bulson & Co. Inc. to celebrate the classic A-framing while creating fake beams and capping off existing beams to conceal electricity and plumbing.
She uses the original gas stove to heat the entire home. Read/Watch the Full Article.