Known as the Bridge Residence, this private home embraces a steep site to optimize privacy, solar orientation, and uninterrupted views of the surrounding vistas.
Belzberg Architects designed this Los Angeles home for two empty-nest retirees who sought a home suitable for their everyday lives that could also entertain large gatherings of friends and family. The 11,900-square-foot, three-story home achieves these goals with large open areas and indoor/outdoor connections on all levels.
The Santa Monica–based firm devised the limestone-, metal-, and glass-clad dwelling for a challenging, sloping site in Los Angeles, California. The architects turned the challenge into “an opportunity to evoke quiet seclusion while creating a grand statement.”
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