A La Jolla resident had altered the exterior of their 1948 home without obtaining the proper permits. The City of San Diego Historic Resource Board (HBR) required the homeowner to conduct an evaluation of the residence or restore the home to the original form.
PanGIS was hired to write the evaluation for the home. As a single-family residence, it was evaluated in the context of suburban residential development in La Jolla during the Post-War Expansion Era (1946-1962) and Post War San Diego (1945-1960). As an example of the Minimal Traditional sub-style, the home was also evaluated in the context of Modern architecture. PanGIS Historic Architect conducted a site survey, historic title search, and extensive archival research to evaluate the home. A report and extensive DPR form were completed. The home was found to be Not eligible for the City of San Diego Historical Resources Register (CSDHRR) under HBR Criteria A-F.