Beverly Hills, California
- Landscape Architecture
This home uses familiar forms to craft dual realms for family and public life. The sequences for the homeowners and their guests were conceived as unique and varying experiences with program and expressions that match the intended use. The modern shed structures help to separate the home into public and private, and also house the required depth of support spaces for each use. The landscape plays an integral role in defining this twofold experience; rooftop gardens break up the massing, the public entry is formal and grand, and the family entry has a private scale.