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04.03.2017 - Hollywood - The Last House on Mulholland. An iconic home beneath the sign.
Hollywood, Amerika

arch out loud

Open competition (for students as well)

Arch Out Loud is partnering with Last House on Mulholland to host the HOLLYWOOD design competition. The competition asks participants to design a house of the future which demonstrates the use of innovative technology, integrative environmental strategies, and capitalizes on the iconic prominence of its site beneath the famed Hollywood sign. The competition serves as a design charette generating ideas about the potential for what the site could become and how it can inspire the future of residential design.
The project’s design competition is seeking responsibly designed, environmentally sustainable, residential living space investigating the design and capabilities of a modern day home.
The HOLLYWOOD competition will serve as a design charette to explore the potential of the site, its relation to the Hollywood Sign and the surrounding park and community. Participants will have the freedom to explore the home’s program, design style and contextual relationship. The competition will challenge the traditional approach to residential design as well as the nature of a modern day home. Participants will study the role a home plays in our lives, both today and in the future.
Hollywoodland, established in 1923, is the neighborhood for which the iconic sign was built to advertise. Located at the top of the famed Beachwood Canyon it was to be the first themed hillside residential development in the US. Architects like John DeLario, Richard Neutra and John Lautner are all represented.
The neighborhood, surrounded by Griffith Park, has a special relationship with the park. The developers original 1923 intentions were to create a community of homes that embraced the environment, were design-worthy and built for modern families. LHOM aims to become an inclusive example. By embracing sustainable features, modern design and a modern way of life, LHOM aligns with the original fundamentals of the Hollywoodland developers and the neighborhood.

04. März 2017

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