Located in Pacific Palisades, this new 4,000sf house on an irregular shaped hillside property takes its conceptual ideas from natural landscape fissures in the earth.  This lead to the architectural spaces and forms evolving around six interspersed outdoor courtyards.

A court for experiencing the one-hundred year old sycamore tree, a court for the family, a court to let sleeping dogs lie, a court for the children, a court for viewing the Santa Monica mountains, and a roof court for experiencing the sky and the Pacific Ocean.

The house enriches the family daily through spaces flooded with natural light, natural textures, materials and form, while creating a unique spatial experience in tune with the surrounding landscape.

Southern California living at its best.

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