Architecture In Venice, chartreuse is beachy keen. By Gwendolyn Horton | August 22, 2011 What began as an 850-square-foot rustic bungalow has been transformed into what the LA Times calls "the new-old Craftsman" — also known as "the Chartreuse House" — in Venice, California. The home of Lisa Little and Phil Brennan, this renovated space includes an outdoor courtyard with fireplace. The furniture they chose is our very own Deneb Teak Table and Bench designed by Jesús Gasca for Stua, as well as our Primary Pouf designed by Arne Quinze for Quinze & Milan. "This flexible seating allows us to use it as a multipurpose room for entertaining," says Little. Photos by Katie Falkenberg for The Times.