Blurring the edges between indoors and out, the re-design of this Beverly Hills Residence focuses on redistributing the home’s layout to create a welcoming internal courtyard. Once inside the entry vestibule, a series of well-composed sightlines establish a simultaneously elegant and informal entry sequence.
Project Name: Lush Beverly Hills Bungalow
Studio Name: Abramson Architects
Location: Beverly Hills, United States
Photography: Manolo Langis
Project size: 2500 ft2
Completion date: 2020
Building levels: 2
The lush interior garden is a sanctuary, easily accessible from the kitchen, dining room, and living room. Traditional textures such as rough-cut stone and weathered wood blend with more contemporary elements ranging from smooth-trowel stucco, powder-coated metal, and glass.
The second phase of construction, completed three years later, transformed the segmented kitchen and dining area into an open plan concept with a seamless connection to the lush courtyard oasis.
The sophisticated second story addition creates a loose dichotomy between the new structure and the previous single-story dwelling. In response to the home’s location and the owner’s design aesthetic, the second-floor addition is modest and makes no moves to disrupt the privacy of its neighbors.