Danny Wang Design Build is an award-winning full-service design-build firm located in Orange County, CA. With over a decade of experience with both interior and exterior spaces, the firm specializes in ultra modern outdoor kitchens and vanishing-edge water features, incorporating sustainable plant material and hardscape design. Their spaces are modern and distinctive, with a specialized focus on outdoor living.
Photography by Jeffrey A. Davis Photography
With a panoramic view of the Las Vegas Strip, a Ferrari in a glass garage, and a seamless indoor-outdoor living space flush with Infratech heaters, the 2019 New American Home is anything but ordinary.
Now you can maximize warmth in your outdoor space without compromising the design when you choose Infratech’s sleek, minimalist new Contemporary C-Series. Infratech heaters have long been amenities of choice for the upscale restaurants, night clubs, hotels, resorts and residential properties because we offer the widest range of design options in the outdoor comfort heat category. We’re excited to expand those options yet again, with our designer-friendly, high-powered C-Series single element and CD-Series dual element heating systems.
Interior designer Rebecca Johnston has been serving the Los Angeles area since 2007. Her firm, RJohnston Interiors, draws inspiration from classical design elements and integrates them into modern spaces. The Mediterranean Los Angeles patio (photo above) is a prime example of this approach: it’s an eclectic, luxurious space fit for enjoyment in any season. Since her firm is located in Southern California, a big part of Johnston’s business is designing for outdoor living. Read on to get her thoughts on essential accents for outdoor spaces and how infrared patio heaters seem to keep homeowners more comfortable outdoors than traditional models.
Infratech heaters made a special appearance on HGTV’s Property Brothers (Season 13, Episode 8) and DIY Network’s Bargain Mansions (Season 2, Episodes 1 & 13)! Our SL-Series and WD-Series heaters were chosen by the shows’ teams in the design and improvement of three different home renovation projects.