Design

McKinley House / David Hertz


The McKinley House, named after it’s street location in Venice was designed and built by the architect, David Hertz, for his own family. Build originally on a single 40×90 lot, in 1995, the project expanded in 2002 onto an adjacent parcel. The project is a laboratory for the early ideas about sustainable California living and explores innovative materials and sustainable systems. The house is often used as a location for film, television and print and is well known as the Californication House for is extensive use in the TV series of the same name — via Dwell Home Tours

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