Sunset Vine Tower / Kanner Architects

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Neighbor to the Hollywood landmark Cinerama Dome, Sunset Vine Tower is a conversion of a 22-story office building into a 63-unit apartment building. This adaptive reuse project stands atop street-level retail. As the tallest building in Hollywood, Sunset Vine Tower’s Modernist design creates a dynamic exclamation point in the mostly traditional fabric of the Hollywood residential renaissance.

Architect: Kanner Architects
Location: , , USA
Project Area: 110,000 sqf
Project Year: 2010
Photographs: Nicolas O.S. Marques

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The site of the project—Sunset Boulevard and Vine Street—is a busy intersection in the heart of Hollywood. Retailers and residents will benefit from the building’s convenient location and significant foot traffic.

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The Modern units—full-height glass, large balconies, open floor plans and high ceilings—take advantage of incredible views in all directions. The building offers amenities worthy of its glamorous address, including a gymnasium, valet service and community room for social events.

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Cite: "Sunset Vine Tower / Kanner Architects" 21 Jul 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 23 Jul 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=152597>

2 comments

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    A big big shame about the selling out to a GIANT ADVERTISEMENT ON THE SIDE OF THE BUILDING..
    Did anyone else notice that monstrosity? Did they teach that at university? Advertisement incorporation into your design?

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    @dariusz: incorporating ads on the facades its about trying to make a difference, not just a buck.

    Its all about attitude. In altitude. lol

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