The primary programmatic requirements—great room, dining area, kitchen, master suite, and service areas are organized in a linear fashion to take full advantage of views in all directions. A guest wing, perpendicular to the main axis, provides separation of the entry loggia and motor court on the north side from the private, primary outdoor living areas on the south side. The material palatte is simple, honest, and architectural and pays homage to city’s rich mid-century context—polished concrete floors, burnished concrete block walls, steel spider leg columns, and walnut casework. Floor to ceiling walls of pivoting and pocketing glass doors blur the line of indoor and outdoor spaces while at the same time providing passive solar cooling.

photography by David Glomb except 2,7, and 11 by Lance Gerber

The primary programmatic requirements—great room, dining area, kitchen, master suite, and service areas are organized in a linear fashion to take full advantage of views in all directions. A guest wing, perpendicular to the main axis, provides separation of the entry loggia and motor court on the north side from the private, primary outdoor living areas on the south side. The material palatte is simple, honest, and architectural and pays homage to city’s rich mid-century context—polished concrete floors, burnished concrete block walls, steel spider leg columns, and walnut casework. Floor to ceiling walls of pivoting and pocketing glass doors blur the line of indoor and outdoor spaces while at the same time providing passive solar cooling.

photography by David Glomb except 2,7, and 11 by Lance Gerber

The primary programmatic requirements—great room, dining area, kitchen, master suite, and service areas are organized in a linear fashion to take full advantage of views in all directions. A guest wing, perpendicular to the main axis, provides separation of the entry loggia and motor court on the north side from the private, primary outdoor living areas on the south side. The material palatte is simple, honest, and architectural and pays homage to city’s rich mid-century context—polished concrete floors, burnished concrete block walls, steel spider leg columns, and walnut casework. Floor to ceiling walls of pivoting and pocketing glass doors blur the line of indoor and outdoor spaces while at the same time providing passive solar cooling.

photography by David Glomb except 2,7, and 11 by Lance Gerber

The primary programmatic requirements—great room, dining area, kitchen, master suite, and service areas are organized in a linear fashion to take full advantage of views in all directions. A guest wing, perpendicular to the main axis, provides separation of the entry loggia and motor court on the north side from the private, primary outdoor living areas on the south side. The material palatte is simple, honest, and architectural and pays homage to city’s rich mid-century context—polished concrete floors, burnished concrete block walls, steel spider leg columns, and walnut casework. Floor to ceiling walls of pivoting and pocketing glass doors blur the line of indoor and outdoor spaces while at the same time providing passive solar cooling.

photography by David Glomb except 2,7, and 11 by Lance Gerber

The primary programmatic requirements—great room, dining area, kitchen, master suite, and service areas are organized in a linear fashion to take full advantage of views in all directions. A guest wing, perpendicular to the main axis, provides separation of the entry loggia and motor court on the north side from the private, primary outdoor living areas on the south side. The material palatte is simple, honest, and architectural and pays homage to city’s rich mid-century context—polished concrete floors, burnished concrete block walls, steel spider leg columns, and walnut casework. Floor to ceiling walls of pivoting and pocketing glass doors blur the line of indoor and outdoor spaces while at the same time providing passive solar cooling.

photography by David Glomb except 2,7, and 11 by Lance Gerber

The primary programmatic requirements—great room, dining area, kitchen, master suite, and service areas are organized in a linear fashion to take full advantage of views in all directions. A guest wing, perpendicular to the main axis, provides separation of the entry loggia and motor court on the north side from the private, primary outdoor living areas on the south side. The material palatte is simple, honest, and architectural and pays homage to city’s rich mid-century context—polished concrete floors, burnished concrete block walls, steel spider leg columns, and walnut casework. Floor to ceiling walls of pivoting and pocketing glass doors blur the line of indoor and outdoor spaces while at the same time providing passive solar cooling.

photography by David Glomb except 2,7, and 11 by Lance Gerber

The primary programmatic requirements—great room, dining area, kitchen, master suite, and service areas are organized in a linear fashion to take full advantage of views in all directions. A guest wing, perpendicular to the main axis, provides separation of the entry loggia and motor court on the north side from the private, primary outdoor living areas on the south side. The material palatte is simple, honest, and architectural and pays homage to city’s rich mid-century context—polished concrete floors, burnished concrete block walls, steel spider leg columns, and walnut casework. Floor to ceiling walls of pivoting and pocketing glass doors blur the line of indoor and outdoor spaces while at the same time providing passive solar cooling.

photography by David Glomb except 2,7, and 11 by Lance Gerber

The primary programmatic requirements—great room, dining area, kitchen, master suite, and service areas are organized in a linear fashion to take full advantage of views in all directions. A guest wing, perpendicular to the main axis, provides separation of the entry loggia and motor court on the north side from the private, primary outdoor living areas on the south side. The material palatte is simple, honest, and architectural and pays homage to city’s rich mid-century context—polished concrete floors, burnished concrete block walls, steel spider leg columns, and walnut casework. Floor to ceiling walls of pivoting and pocketing glass doors blur the line of indoor and outdoor spaces while at the same time providing passive solar cooling.

photography by David Glomb except 2,7, and 11 by Lance Gerber

The primary programmatic requirements—great room, dining area, kitchen, master suite, and service areas are organized in a linear fashion to take full advantage of views in all directions. A guest wing, perpendicular to the main axis, provides separation of the entry loggia and motor court on the north side from the private, primary outdoor living areas on the south side. The material palatte is simple, honest, and architectural and pays homage to city’s rich mid-century context—polished concrete floors, burnished concrete block walls, steel spider leg columns, and walnut casework. Floor to ceiling walls of pivoting and pocketing glass doors blur the line of indoor and outdoor spaces while at the same time providing passive solar cooling.

photography by David Glomb except 2,7, and 11 by Lance Gerber

The primary programmatic requirements—great room, dining area, kitchen, master suite, and service areas are organized in a linear fashion to take full advantage of views in all directions. A guest wing, perpendicular to the main axis, provides separation of the entry loggia and motor court on the north side from the private, primary outdoor living areas on the south side. The material palatte is simple, honest, and architectural and pays homage to city’s rich mid-century context—polished concrete floors, burnished concrete block walls, steel spider leg columns, and walnut casework. Floor to ceiling walls of pivoting and pocketing glass doors blur the line of indoor and outdoor spaces while at the same time providing passive solar cooling.

photography by David Glomb except 2,7, and 11 by Lance Gerber

The primary programmatic requirements—great room, dining area, kitchen, master suite, and service areas are organized in a linear fashion to take full advantage of views in all directions. A guest wing, perpendicular to the main axis, provides separation of the entry loggia and motor court on the north side from the private, primary outdoor living areas on the south side. The material palatte is simple, honest, and architectural and pays homage to city’s rich mid-century context—polished concrete floors, burnished concrete block walls, steel spider leg columns, and walnut casework. Floor to ceiling walls of pivoting and pocketing glass doors blur the line of indoor and outdoor spaces while at the same time providing passive solar cooling.

photography by David Glomb except 2,7, and 11 by Lance Gerber