Part Office breathes life and tranquility into live-work homes against a bustling boardwalk

Along the Venice Beach Boardwalk, a mile-long street market that marks the west end of Los Angeles, steel drums and acrobats compete for space with roller skaters and strongman competitors, all for the amusement of throngs of tourists. When tasked with converting two condominium buildings into 12 live-work units along the northern end of the strip, Part Office, a firm led by Jeff Kaplon and Kristin Korvin that has since split into Subtila and Kor Projects, respectively, sought to contrast the cacophony with calm. Jeff Kaplon, cofounder of Part Office, told AN Interior that “the overall design for Venice Lofts was intended to provide a quiet, warm

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