Ignacio Rodriguez

Architect, principal, IR Architects

Architect, principal, IR Architects

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Scott Gillen takes pride in his New Castle in Malibu. Photo by Frances Anderton.   In the very time that residential space in L.A.

"19 shades of white" add character to an LA megamansion

Scott Gillen takes pride in his New Castle in Malibu. Photo by Frances Anderton. In the very time that residential space in L.A.

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