Patrick Tighe and David Dunn Update 1980’s SoCal House

In the stair tower of a house in Redondo Beach, California, panels of painted MDF are screwed to a wall. The house was renovated by Patrick Tighe Architecture and furnished by David Dunn Architecture + Interiors. Photography by Art Gray.

Tempered glass fills cutouts in the stair landings. Photography by Art Gray.

In the living area, the lacquered cocktail table and the sofa, upholstered in vintage cotton velvet, are custom designs. Photography by Art Gray.

The den’s sofa, covered in polyester velvet, and cocktail table, topped in Carrara marble, are also custom. Photography by Art Gray.

In the study, a desk by Giulio Lazzotti supports a lamp by Michele De Lucchi. Photography by Art Gray.

A chandelier in seeded glass and stainless steel hangs in the dining area. Photography by Art Gray.

The staircase has concrete treads. Photography by Art Gray.

Exterior materials are plaster, high-pressure compact laminate, and aluminum. Photography by Art Gray.

Stainless-steel mesh serves in lieu of a balustrade. Photography by Art Gray.

The stair tower was an addition. Photography by Art Gray.

Quartz composite tops cabinetry in the kitchen, which flows into a breakfast nook. Photography by Art Gray.

The tub in the master bathroom is acrylic. Photography by Art Gray.

Daisy, a rescue Chihuahua mix, poses outside the elevator. Photography by Art Gray.

The study’s slider opens to a roof terrace. Photography by Art Gray.

Outside the shared guest bathroom, each bedroom has its own sink. Photography by Art Gray.

A digitally printed pattern by photographer Don Flood covers a wall in a guest room. Photography by Art Gray.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Art Gray.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Art Gray.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Art Gray.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Art Gray.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Art Gray.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Art Gray.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Art Gray.

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