1. Bandrika

    Nate Barr, a composer for television shows and films, gave us the wonderfully complicated task of giving his recently purchased Wurlitzer theater pipe organ an appropriate home in a new 8,800 square-foot music studio. Like the sound of the organ, the studio itself conjures impressions of bygone eras – 1920s art deco theaters and English…

  2. Bel Air Guest House

    This new guest house takes its design cues from a small mid-century structure located on the property as well as the wooded hillside itself.  Interlocking forms push and pull to showcase beautiful mature oak trees in an intimate outdoor courtyard. The client requested that we incorporate an existing, pyramidal screening room into the new house….

  3. Brentwood Home

    This new 8,800 SF home located in the Brentwood Palisades area blends a mid-century modern aesthetic with traditional Japanese elements. Privacy screens and deep overhangs frame expansive views of Santa Monica and the ocean beyond.   Natural materials and large sliders open the living areas up to their lush surroundings, blending indoor and outdoor space….

  4. Treehouse Hollywood

    Treehouse Hollywood, currently under construction, is the first ground up, purpose built co-living building in the United States. With 24,500 square feet, 5 stories above ground and 2 subterranean levels of parking and common space, it provides residents not just a roof and bed, but a true community. Unique to the building and integral to…

  5. Riggs Place

    Construction of this new, 6,500-square-foot residence in the Westchester section of Los Angeles required innovative techniques and sophisticated detailing. An L-shaped plan embraces the pool and opens the rear of the house to the expansive yard and territorial views of the city and mountains beyond. Large sliding patio doors stack and disappear, blurring the distinction between…

  6. Hollywood Hills Residence

    We transformed an underwhelming rancher near Lake Hollywood into a fresh modern two-story home for a family in 2016. The property has amazing views of the Hollywood sign to the east and the ocean to the west. The new gabled second story bedroom wing cantilevers beyond the existing metal clad rancher, providing shade for the…

  7. Paulcrest

    With stunning panoramic views over the San Fernando Valley near Mulholland Drive, our clients’ existing 1960s-era ranch house sits atop a flat pad. They purchased an adjacent lot and requested that we add a bedroom and entertainment wing to the house and provide space for a full-size tennis court, without disturbing the existing residence. We designed…

  8. Cow on the Wall Studio

    Composer Blake Neely purchased an existing sound studio located in North Hollywood to use as his personal recording and production facility. The existing studio had not been remodeled since its’ original construction in the late 70’s. Needless to say, it was in great need of a makeover. The reinvented studio takes its inspiration from the…

  9. Black Diamond Studio

    A music producer approached Soler Architecture with an idea: Create a world class recording facility atop a pristine mountain resort. Unlike our previous LA-based music studios, this project offered the unique opportunity to explore the relationship between sound and form without the limitations of an urban setting. Local geodes inspired the building’s form. The dark…

  10. Encino House

    Nestled into a hillside of oak trees, this 8,000 sf remodel project merges traditional forms with a modern flow of space for a comfortable and elegant living experience. To work with the owner’s budget and maximize the site’s potential, we strategically retain a two-story bedroom wing and replace the rest with a partially underground addition….


8800 Venice Blvd
Suite 212
Los Angeles, CA 90034


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