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Mariscal used his signature restrained palette on his own house, half of a duplex development. It's clad in simple materials like ipe and embraces the outdoors with large glass doors.

Mariscal used his signature restrained palette on his own house, half of a duplex development. It's clad in simple materials like ipe and embraces the outdoors with large glass doors.

Sebastian Mariscal

The Billboard Lofts, Mariscal's largest development to date, packs 24 units into a 6,900-square-foot corner lot. The building consists of two volumes organized along 17-foot-high corridors with a staircase at each end. 

The Billboard Lofts, Mariscal's largest development to date, packs 24 units into a 6,900-square-foot corner lot. The building consists of two volumes organized along 17-foot-high corridors with a staircase at each end. 

Homeowners can let the outdoors in by opening folding glass panels.

The half-dozen condos in Mariscal's Six project step down the site in a deliberate rhythm to preserve ocean views.

Mariscal's first San Diego development was two 2,750-square-foot homes on 25-foot-by-31-foot lots. He completed it while working with architect Jonathan Segal.

Mariscal's first San Diego development was two 2,750-square-foot homes on 25-foot-by-31-foot lots. He completed it while working with architect Jonathan Segal.

Mariscal's design for these two inward-looking homes welcomes daylight while stifling nearby vehicle and airplane noise.

The Cor-Ten steel and ceramic tile are installed as a ventilated facade to encourage natural cooling and energy efficiency. 

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