Remodels and Upgrades
In addition to designing new homes, RLB Architecture has extensive experience designing additions and remodels in a range of scopes and sizes for existing homes and condominiums. We seamlessly blend additions into the existing home when the client requires the architectural style preserved, or we can give the home an entirely new identity if the client is looking to change the home’s current style. Innovative and solution-oriented, we use creative ingenuity when reconfiguring disjointed floor plans or addressing other challenges, big or small. Our designs not only take into consideration the needs and wishes of the client, but also the constraints of the home and site and the requirements of the local codes or HOA, consistently resulting in a unique, high-quality custom design for each of our home renovation projects.
RLB’s Additions and Remodels
The Bright Home.
The Brubaker Home.
The Cooper Home.
The Ellowitt Home.
The Knowles Home.
The Rottman Home.
The San Remo Home.
The Zetcher Home.
“Richard Blumenberg is such a talented architect; I hardly know where to begin. Richard completely designed and rebuilt our home. We never interviewed any other architects.” — Bob and Holly Agulnek
“Richard Blumenberg is competent, creative and honest. We were so satisfied with our relationship with Richard that we would not hesitate to use him again if the need arises.” — Mark and Jorja Leap
“Richard impressed us with the artistic yet homey solutions he created for our 1,700 square foot add-on in a challenging space.” —Partick and DeAnn Healy
RLB Architecture is a high-end architecture and design firm that provides custom design, planning, drafting, and construction administration services for projects in the Pacific Palisades, Brentwood, Beverly Hills, Bel Air, Malibu, Santa Monica, and other Westside communities. Richard L. Blumenberg is the proprietor.
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