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Wilton is a standout residential building nestled within the charming neighborhood of Windsor Square in Los Angeles. Rising seven stories high, it is a unique design with five apartments per floor, each oriented towards the exterior and complemented by sheltered balconies. 

  • Location: Los Angeles, CA
  • Status: Schematic Design
  • Size: 81,958 S.F
Site Plan

The building’s architectural character is defined by its centralized vertical core, which serves as both a functional and aesthetic anchor.The building’s facade features asymmetrical curves that create a sense of dynamism and movement, while the interplay of materials adds depth and visual interest. From stucco on the outside to slatted wood accents, there’s a deliberate contrast that lends the building a contemporary and sophisticated feel.

One of the most captivating aspects of the design is the tension it evokes. The asymmetrical curves and contrasting materials give rise to a sense of intrigue, almost as if the buildings are engaged in a dance, leaning towards each other but never quite touching. This interplay adds a layer of visual drama to the streetscape, making Wilton a truly distinctive landmark in the neighborhood.

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Mojave desert in the dark