The best part of the house is right at the entrance as the street façade forces you to believe that the house is a classic Victorian structure with no hint of contemporary style. The architects had to maintain the front view as the home is located in a historically preserved neighborhood.
Modern bathrooms with glass shower enclosures and plush bedrooms complete the revamped residence. A minimalist extension was successfully added with subtlety to offer the perfect ambiance.
The first thing that comes to mind when entering the large hallways and the enormous open-space rooms is that can be achieved. Everything is so well organized. From the outdoor landscape that seems depicted from a Photoshop picture to the sophisticated furniture which compliments every room in the house you’re in a dream place filled with natural light. On top of this the feeling of airiness blends well with the needed privacy.
Below we see another view of the apartments with their metal siding and modern design. An abundance of tall trees gives the area a neighborhood feel almost making you forget that this collection of units is completely mobile. On the other hand why would you want to forget such an important component of this amazing design?
The Blue Crest model (shown below) consists of two modules resulting in a 4-bedroom 2 1/2-bath residence that includes a screened porch a garage and a deck:
As noted on the Brooks + Scarpa website this home seamlessly blends with the hillside merging the natural and the artificial in the most intriguing of ways. Luis Vasquez is the project’s engineer and he worked his magic with the architects to create a property that has won the AIA Los Angeles NextLA Award as well as the honor of being exhibited at the National Building Museum’s “Liquid Stone Exhibit” in Washington D.C.
This opulent five-bedroom home has everything from a refreshing pool to a large terrace space that offers unabated views of the surrounding landscape. The home clubs open living with ample privacy to offer the best of both worlds.