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This Los Angeles Home Explodes With Vibrant Colors

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The client who commissioned this home has—in the words of the architect—"a particular obsession with color." The architects of Jeremy Levine Design selected a bright blue that would match the sky, then, taking inspiration from color field painters like Josef Albers and Kenneth Noland, paired it with blue's complementary color: orange. This vibrant combination continues on the interior where the blue and orange accent white walls and wood surfacing. We're not sure if Albers would approve of the project—called the Manna House—but at least it's no bland McMansion.

Manna House [Architizer]
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