L.A Villa. Los Angeles
Perched high above the city of Los Angeles on nearly eight acres in the exclusive enclave of Bel Air, the private residence is a cinematic tour de force, capturing views of the city below and majestic valleys behind.
The dramatic home was designed to be nearly invisible from the street, blending into the hillside. Its powerful design celebrates and maximizes views of the sky, nature, and the city while creating comfortable domestic spaces.
The home entry sequence from drive to court, to a sunken garden pond and waterfall, leads you inside the home, where there are five bedrooms and ten bathrooms on three levels.
The main level features a spacious entry foyer with a louvered skylight that organizes the home in both plan and section serving as its nucleus. Living room, family room, library, and bar are all surrounding the central space, while an office, kitchen, and dinning room radiate off in different wings. A secret hang-out room is hidden behind a bookcase. A two-level 250 infinity edge swimming pool cascades down with the land forming a lower level organic shaped beach, while the upper level is more architectural – complete with a glass wall facing the city.
Built year: 2014
Architect: Oppenheim Architecture
Photos from: architizer