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A Silver Lake remodel drenched in light

March 13, 2010 |  6:00 am


It all started in 2005 when film producer Mark Gill moved in with screenwriter Hanna Weg and asked, "Honey, can I move the couch?" Little did they know this modest request would lead to a two-year makeover that transformed a nondescript clapboard-and-stucco box to a modern jewel. So they hired Roger Sherman, a Culver City architect and co-director of cityLAB, a UCLA architecture and urban design think tank, to renovate.

See the results (and a few snippets of what they started with) in our extensive photo gallery. Or you can skip all those dreamy photos and read the full text of the story here.

-- Emily Young

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Photo credit: Kirk McKoy / Los Angeles Times