The Al-Ghurair Residence was the first project I worked on after graduating Architecture school from Auburn University and traveling to Los Angeles to design for Steven Ehrlich Architects. The initial scheme called for a 42,000 square foot residence for a family of five and an army of service staff. The final design ended up utilizing 33,000 square feet in a bold and breathtaking study of modernist ideals. I think it is safe to say that this will be the most elaborate single family house I will ever work on. It is featured in the October 2007 issue of Architectural Digest under the heading "Modernist Impulse on the Arabian Peninsula".
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