Su Casa // David of Orange and Park

Last week, we talked about Orange and Park and their fantastic prints.  If you haven't purchased on yet, you are crazy.  This week, I'm going to show off the house of one of the artists, David.  The casa, located in downtown San Diego's East Village, takes up the corner of a two-story 1940s-era industrial building.  In 2001, noted local architect/developer Jonathan Segal gutted and seismically-reinforced the building before dividing it into seven live/work lofts.  With a compact square footprint, the home's 820-square feet is divided between an open kitchen and living room (plus bathroom) downstairs, and a loft upstairs that is roomy enough for a queen-sized platform bed and four full-size closet units.  A wing off the sleeping area provides a crucial nook for a home office that accommodates two.  It's bright, airy, open and clean.  I am kind of jealous.

work space
bright/open living area + stairs to loft
kind of a brilliant idea with that succulent sprout
kitchen + loft

exposed beams

View the rest of the photos in a Flickr set here.  Also, buy a print, would you? 


Brandi {not your average ordinary} said...

San Diego has an East Village? How have I never been there? And this home is phenomenal! I would so love to wake up to the light streaking in like that.

La Feem said...

This home is fantastic!! A serious gem, nice one Julia.

Morgan B. said...

We are friends of David and Marta and I'm so happy to see their fabulous space being showcased on your blog! And you are totally right- anyone who has yet to purchase a print from Orange and Park is crazy. :)

jillian :: cornflake dreams. said...

such a cool space! i really love those exposed beams. xoxo jcd:: cornflake dreams



Bekka said...

This is a gorgeous space! I discovered your blog via a tweet from Mrs. Lilien, and have been looking for more San Diego bloggers, so happy I found yoU!

Krissy Engle said...

OMG, I looooooove this house. Great post, Jules! xo

julia wheeler said...

glad everyone loves this AND i hope you've all bought prints;)

brandi, drew laughs when i reference East Village... new yorkers find our neighborhoods ridiculous. i find them quaint and adorable!

morgan, small world!

bekka, welcome!! so excited to have a new buddy:)

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