Designing a new house with a modern interior style is easier than designing a new home on the footprint of partially constructed residence abandoned seven years earlier, that is a big challenge of Pugh + Scarpa Architects, Gordon Polon, Helfman Halloossim and RJC Construction as the project team to rebuild this Redelco residence in Hollywood Hills, California. The teams then created an airy pavilion-like sturcutre which allowed the client to take advantage of a restricted building area while capturing extraordinary views. Once inside, the sheer drama of the space becomes immediately evident-soaring ceilings, spare geometry, and impeccable proportions.
In order to get framing the panoramic view, a 22″ high sliding glass door dematerialize the walls of the living area that allow the interior and exterior become one. By adding a proportional lighting for the interiors, the room looks more elegant. Unexpected details and finishes add texture and warmth to this strikingly sophisticated home interior design.