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Norton Towers on the Court

Description

Norton Towers-on-the-Court, a six-unit condominium project, sits on a typical mid-block 15.2m x 45.7m lot in the heart of West Hollywood.  It is comprised of four-story tower units over a semi-subterranean garage.

Norton Court is the first prototype that successfully realizes West Hollywood’s Courtyard Standards on such a narrow lot.   The design creates an urban courtyard community of townhouses that maximizes light, space and garden, nurtures individual identity, and creates a sense of grandeur, privacy, intimacy, and luxury.

 The linear arrangement bathes each condominium with light and air, each with its own four-story, glass tower that allows daylight to penetrate deep into each unit.  The tower brings light, view, drama, and a sense of connectedness into each of the floor levels.  At night, the six glass towers become illuminated lanterns

Awards

Honor Award, American Institute of Architects Housing PIA, 2004
Award of Excellence for 'exceptional contribution' in Residential Category, Los Angeles Business Council, 2004
Gold Nugget Grand Award for Excellence and Value for the Best Attached Project Over 30 DU/Acre, Pacific Coast Builders Conference, 2004
Award of Merit for Excellence in Design, Residential Architect Magazine, 2004
Westside Prize Honor Award, Westside Urban Forum, 2004

Description

West Hollywood, California

Architecture

Lehrer Architects

Cost

$2.5 million USD;

Scope

 8900 square feet on a 50feet x 150feet lot

Key Personnel

Michael Lehrer – Design Lead Principal
Christian Arndt – Project Manager
Consultants
Mia Lehrer + Associates – Landscape

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