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Commune Design – Living and Dining Spaces for the Community

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Commune Design is a design firm based in Los Angeles; the studio has a reputation for holistic work across the fields of architecture, interior, graphic and product design. Commune Design has designed residential, commercial and hospitality projects worldwide, with a wide assemblage of home and lifestyle products, as well as graphic and branding concepts for the fashion, arts and entertainment industries.

Commune Design values the strength of the collective mind, believing that authentic creativity and innovation came from collaboration. The true virtuosity of their work comes from their collaborations with their clients as well as with other members of the community.

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Handcrafted Modern
San Francisco, California. 2019
Inspired by modernist Scandinavian architecture, the house has a limited material palette of lime-washed Norman brick, black terracotta tile, plaster, copper, blackened bronze and salvaged local redwood, walnut and elm. All cabinetry, doors, windows and railings were handcrafted as well as all decorative elements including the Stan Bitters fireplace in the outdoor living room.
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Santa Monica Apartment
Santa Monica, California. 2018
The floor plan was reconfigured to connect all rooms and open them up to views of the Malibu Coast. Everything in the property was fully customised to the client and their request to “bring in the outdoors” was achieved through the use of a colour palette inspired by Le Corbusier’s Maison La Roche.
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Marin Compound
Marin County, California. 2017
Renovation of a ten-acre vacation compound in Northern California, including the main house, originally built in the 1930s, two tents and two cabins. The goal was to enhance the interiors with handcrafted millwork and furniture items by local artisans, as well as a large selection of objects and furnishings, ultimately creating an elevated camping experience for a family of six.

Since its conception, Commune Design has worked with countless artists, artisans and craftsmen around the globe; their environmental sympathies are expressed in their conscientious selection of materials and echoed in their appreciation for original architecture and its elements.

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Los Feliz Spanish Colonial
Los Angeles, California. 2015
Interiors for a historic Spanish Colonial home in the Los Feliz neighbourhood of Los Angeles. Their intent was to pay respect to the existing architecture, original hand-painted ceilings and scale of the rooms while introducing contemporary furniture pieces and art collection.
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Berkeley Craftsman
Berkeley, California. 2016
Interiors for a historic Craftsman built-in 1915 in the Berkeley Hills and later renovated by Studio Geiger. The client wanted interiors that were “beautiful but practical at the same time” for themselves and their two young daughters to enjoy on a daily basis for many years to come. They brought in natural light and layers of pattern and colour, as well as a mix of American handcrafted furniture and early 20th century Scandinavian, Brazilian and Austrian furnishings.

Commune stands for community: a community of like-minded architects, interior designers, graphic designers, consultants, artisans, and builders led by principals Roman Alonso and Steven Johanknecht.

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