Bonura Building was the general contractor on the remodel of the Garcetti/Wakeland Residence, featured in the July/August 2008 issue of Dwell Magazine. The remodel was designed by Scrafano Architects. The house was originally designed by architect Daniel Dworsky in the 1950s. Eric Garcetti is the President of the Los Angeles City Council. Committed to living green, he and his partner, Amy Wakeland, have transformed a mid-century house into a sustainable home.
View the article at: www.dwell.com/homes/green/20023594.html.
Tuesday, July 1, 2008
Tuesday, May 13, 2008
Designed by C.J. Bonura and Tm Gratkowski, Bonura Building performed full design/build services on the nearly completed Marco’s Café, an existing 600 sq.ft. space off of Santa Monica Blvd. in West Hollywood.
In addition, Bonura Building has completed the design of the adjacent restaurant, with construction scheduled for completion this summer.
Wednesday, April 9, 2008
Bonura Building was contracted to finalize the architectural detailing and revisions, as well as construction on the Ivarine Residence, initially designed by Touraine + Richman. Project scope included a complete interior remodel and addition, at a cost of $830,000, including architectural fees. The house was formerly the LA residence of German film director Wim Wenders.
Construction is underway on the St. Ives Residence, a 3,650 sq. ft., ground-up custom home in the Hollywood Hills. The project is scheduled for completion by fall 2008. Bonura Building Associate Designer Tony Lee has been working diligently to refine the design and detailing on this project. Senior Project Manager Jeff Vasquez is the construction supervisor, bringing nearly 30 years of construction experience to this high profile home.
Monday, February 18, 2008
Construction is coming allong nicely up on Mt. Washington at the Scoville Residence. Joshua Frank has his hands full supervising all of the sub-contractors with finish work well underway. The house, designed by Ivan Kady is going to be spectacular! More images will be posted soon as work progress's so check back soon.
Tuesday, January 22, 2008
The current issue of Residential Design Build Magazine has a cover story about the Tanager Way project titled