Built in 1963 and located in the Trousdale Estates area of Beverly Hills, the exuberance and optimism of the era is reflected in the radial and arcing walls that define the original architecture. While the exterior walls follow convention and parallel the side property lines, the interior walls all originate at a single point 250′ out in space creating a dynamic composition.

In 2012, the house received a long overdue Beverly Hills makeover. The site and plan were completely re-imagined, rooms were opened up, additional living space was added, and finishes were carefully chosen to update the house and enhance its original vibe. A white color palette was chosen to give a clean, modern feel and to allow the ever changing vistas to reflect inward. Oversized center pivot doors at the heart of the house, corner pocketing sliding glass doors in the family room, and walls of floor to ceiling glass in the Master suite were all designed to create a seamless flow between the interior and exterior living spaces.

Built in 1963 and located in the Trousdale Estates area of Beverly Hills, the exuberance and optimism of the era is reflected in the radial and arcing walls that define the original architecture. While the exterior walls follow convention and parallel the side property lines, the interior walls all originate at a single point 250′ out in space creating a dynamic composition.

In 2012, the house received a long overdue Beverly Hills makeover. The site and plan were completely re-imagined, rooms were opened up, additional living space was added, and finishes were carefully chosen to update the house and enhance its original vibe. A white color palette was chosen to give a clean, modern feel and to allow the ever changing vistas to reflect inward. Oversized center pivot doors at the heart of the house, corner pocketing sliding glass doors in the family room, and walls of floor to ceiling glass in the Master suite were all designed to create a seamless flow between the interior and exterior living spaces.

Built in 1963 and located in the Trousdale Estates area of Beverly Hills, the exuberance and optimism of the era is reflected in the radial and arcing walls that define the original architecture. While the exterior walls follow convention and parallel the side property lines, the interior walls all originate at a single point 250′ out in space creating a dynamic composition.

In 2012, the house received a long overdue Beverly Hills makeover. The site and plan were completely re-imagined, rooms were opened up, additional living space was added, and finishes were carefully chosen to update the house and enhance its original vibe. A white color palette was chosen to give a clean, modern feel and to allow the ever changing vistas to reflect inward. Oversized center pivot doors at the heart of the house, corner pocketing sliding glass doors in the family room, and walls of floor to ceiling glass in the Master suite were all designed to create a seamless flow between the interior and exterior living spaces.

Built in 1963 and located in the Trousdale Estates area of Beverly Hills, the exuberance and optimism of the era is reflected in the radial and arcing walls that define the original architecture. While the exterior walls follow convention and parallel the side property lines, the interior walls all originate at a single point 250′ out in space creating a dynamic composition.

In 2012, the house received a long overdue Beverly Hills makeover. The site and plan were completely re-imagined, rooms were opened up, additional living space was added, and finishes were carefully chosen to update the house and enhance its original vibe. A white color palette was chosen to give a clean, modern feel and to allow the ever changing vistas to reflect inward. Oversized center pivot doors at the heart of the house, corner pocketing sliding glass doors in the family room, and walls of floor to ceiling glass in the Master suite were all designed to create a seamless flow between the interior and exterior living spaces.

Built in 1963 and located in the Trousdale Estates area of Beverly Hills, the exuberance and optimism of the era is reflected in the radial and arcing walls that define the original architecture. While the exterior walls follow convention and parallel the side property lines, the interior walls all originate at a single point 250′ out in space creating a dynamic composition.

In 2012, the house received a long overdue Beverly Hills makeover. The site and plan were completely re-imagined, rooms were opened up, additional living space was added, and finishes were carefully chosen to update the house and enhance its original vibe. A white color palette was chosen to give a clean, modern feel and to allow the ever changing vistas to reflect inward. Oversized center pivot doors at the heart of the house, corner pocketing sliding glass doors in the family room, and walls of floor to ceiling glass in the Master suite were all designed to create a seamless flow between the interior and exterior living spaces.

Built in 1963 and located in the Trousdale Estates area of Beverly Hills, the exuberance and optimism of the era is reflected in the radial and arcing walls that define the original architecture. While the exterior walls follow convention and parallel the side property lines, the interior walls all originate at a single point 250′ out in space creating a dynamic composition.

In 2012, the house received a long overdue Beverly Hills makeover. The site and plan were completely re-imagined, rooms were opened up, additional living space was added, and finishes were carefully chosen to update the house and enhance its original vibe. A white color palette was chosen to give a clean, modern feel and to allow the ever changing vistas to reflect inward. Oversized center pivot doors at the heart of the house, corner pocketing sliding glass doors in the family room, and walls of floor to ceiling glass in the Master suite were all designed to create a seamless flow between the interior and exterior living spaces.

Built in 1963 and located in the Trousdale Estates area of Beverly Hills, the exuberance and optimism of the era is reflected in the radial and arcing walls that define the original architecture. While the exterior walls follow convention and parallel the side property lines, the interior walls all originate at a single point 250′ out in space creating a dynamic composition.

In 2012, the house received a long overdue Beverly Hills makeover. The site and plan were completely re-imagined, rooms were opened up, additional living space was added, and finishes were carefully chosen to update the house and enhance its original vibe. A white color palette was chosen to give a clean, modern feel and to allow the ever changing vistas to reflect inward. Oversized center pivot doors at the heart of the house, corner pocketing sliding glass doors in the family room, and walls of floor to ceiling glass in the Master suite were all designed to create a seamless flow between the interior and exterior living spaces.