Studio Hus is an award winning integrated architecture and design studio based in Los Angeles with a focus on residential and commercial projects.
Complete Home Renovations $900,000 to 5 Million. Kitchen Renovations range $100,000 to $500,000. Bathrooms range from $60,000 to $150,000. Room additions from $50,000 to $500,000. Family Rooms $300,000 to $900,000. Hourly project management and/or design fees range from $6,500 to $30,000 a month. Client’s actual costs may vary depending on the scope of your project.
Blending historical context with modern vigor, Studio Hus believes that interior design can be fine art but also live and breath. We believe that spaces are biographies – of people playing, dreaming, struggling and prevailing – and where we choose to spend our time and what those settings look and feel like, can change a mind, a day, or everything.
The Studio was founded in 2010 in Copenhagen, Denmark by Tatum Kendrick. A New York City transplant with a penchant for global travel, she pulls inspiration from fashion, art and historical architecture. With a creative vision of an artist, the precision of an architect and two decades of experience, Tatum and her team create livable
elevated environments, which possess character and verve.
Estimates based on experience. Your actual costs will vary depending on the scope of your project.
Bathroom Design, Custom Furniture, Custom Walk-in Closets, Drafting, Floor Plans, House Plans, Interior Design, Kids Bedroom Design, Kitchen Design, Nursery Design, Space Planning, Kitchen Remodeling, bathroom remodel
Beverly Hills, Burbank, Culver City, East Los Angeles, East Pasadena, Glendale, Hollywood, Los Angeles, Monterey Park, North Glendale, Pasadena, San Marino, South Pasadena, West Hollywood, El Segundo, Manhattan Beach
September 2016 - CLAD Global
September 2016 - LUXE Miami
Fall 2016 - CA Home + Design
July 2016 - Houzz
June 2016 - Remodelista
May 2016 - California Home + Design
November 2015 - Variety
November 2015 - LA Times
November 2015 - Womens Wear Daily
November 2015 - LA Eater