Hacienda de Feliz
Lauterbach & Associates, Architects was selected by Many Mansions to perform full architectural services for this infill affordable housing project. The site is occupied by a seasonal stream, many old oak trees, and has a sloping topography. These elements were incorporated into the design with great success, making assets out of what had originally been seen by some as liabilities.
The complex has two building areas divided by the oak grove that shades the bridge and children’s play area. The layout provides a spacious environment with a natural wooded feel. Hacienda de Feliz has two and three bedroom apartments with patios, a community room with a kitchen, and a computer training/homework room. It also has a laundry room and a subterranean parking garage for the residents. The Spanish themed architecture, lush landscaping, and graceful design features both blend with and enhance this residential neighborhood.
- Client: Many Mansions
- Project Data
- Location: Thousand Oaks, California
- Completion: 2005
- Size: 2 acres
- Cost: 4.8 million