VEGA, Inc. offers a unique, customizable and personable approach to Residential Architectural projects in wide varieties and scales. We have a depth of experience working one-on-one with our Clients to develop and execute their wishes and goals; the result is a development process that is richly rewarding to both parties.
Our residential client services include new home purchase Pre-Inspection Coordination and evaluations, Pre-Planning and Feasibility Studies, Conceptual Design, Architectural Design and Drafting, and post move-in services. We offer these services for a host of projects which include interior and exterior remodels, additions, and new construction.
Success is tied to how well the Architect listens to what the Client says and what is unsaid as well.
This Cliffside Drive Malibu Estate underwent a complete renovation, remodel and addition and was given a period style. The Clients’ hopes were to create a seaside Villa on the peninsula in the isolated community. Read more >>
Holmby Hills, CA
On the grounds of a Wallace Neff estate in Holmby Hills, the Owner’s wished to remodel their Pool Area to add a new in-ground spa, an outdoor fireplace , and an outdoor kitchen. Read more >>
VEGA, Inc. provided the production and Design Development services working with Ray Kappe, FAIA on this proposed residence in Tuna Canyon. The design compliments and reacts to the difficult terrain and topography of the site. Read more >>
Culver City, CA
The owner started this project with the designing and building of a new Garage and Guest House at the rear of the property. That structure became the residence for the family and business while the front new Main House was constructed. Read more >>
Beverly Hills, CA
This existing Tudor-style house was built in Beverly Hills in the 1920’s and still retained much of its’ original interiors and layout. The Owner wished to have a more open and modern styled intimate family area centered around the Kitchen. Read more >>
The Owner needed a small Guest House on their property in the San Fernando Valley for his aging parent. It had to be accessible, open, full of light and flexible enough for future non-ambulatory living. Read more >>