Nakahouse located in the Hollywood Hills, California, just below the Hollywood sign, is a minimalist remodeled home by XTEN Architecture. The abstract house originally built in the 1960’s is a series of interconnected terraced spaces where the exterior is opened up to the hillside surroundings. The kitchen and dinning area is linked with the living room by a newly designed large terrace. The white interiors blend the rooms together creating an abstract atmosphere.
Musician Moby bought a castle built in the 1920s in the Hollywood Hills in Los Angeles, California and restored it to its original elegance. The house has all the old Hollywood flourishes. The renovation preserves details such as wood-beamed ceiling, and the furnishings are mid-century modern. The garages are turned into kick boxing room and recording studio. The house is set on three acres with stupendous views. From the deck you can see the Hollywood Reservoir, the famous Hollywood sign and, on a clear day, the Pacific Ocean.
Sunset Plaza Residence in Hollywood Hills takes advantage of the dramatic 180 degree view of the Los Angeles basin. The modern architecture and design of this hillside residence has the opportunity to blend the home with the site. The flat surface of the site allows the ground level living space to connect the interior and exterior spaces.