Modern residential project located in the Hollywood Hills, CA with dramatic evening city views.
This 1920's single story Spanish hacienda was a perfect candidate for restoration. Native trees were protected, 100 year old olives brought in, and the U-shaped wrap of the house allowed views both into a central courtyard and a connection to the outside for each room.
uniqueness of the Benedict Canyon property lies in its ability to offer a tranquil,
sophisticated setting that is altogether elegant and informal.
a private hilltop complete with city and canyon views, the redesign of this
property is successful in that what now exists for the owners is the ultimate
in Los Angeles living:a house
that extends itself into the landscape, thus achieving a diversity of spaces
for outdoor living, meditation and play.
This Lutyens inspired "Dower House" sits nestled in the hills. The house opens to multiple terraces, bedroom to fountain and sitting, bathroom to a jacuzzi, kitchen to an exterior breakfast room and cooking area. Opening up the views, creating flat land and blending into an amphitheater of green gives the property an expansive feel.
This 5 acre property is home to a limestone French chateau. The grounds offer both formal areas and more relaxed garden rooms. Clipped parterres lead to an antique rose garden, and up to a modern rose garden for cutting- both remarkable collections. Landscape proportion and scale bring the main lawn, pool and tennis court into a cohesive and diverse garden experience.
This Northern California equestrian property occupies 8 acres situated close to a river bank. The house and grounds extend to the stables, meadows, and orchard. Big seasonal splashes of color play against the redwood forest.
This stretch of the Pacific Coast is knit together with indigenous grasses and rolling sand banks to create privacy without separating the land from its context.