Spectacular Modern House in Beverly Hills, California | Modern Home in La Quinta, California


Magnificent Modern Home in La Quinta, California by Bill Hayer Architecture
Spectacular Modern Open House in Beverly Hills, California by XTEN Architecture
Pescador Modern Luxury in Newport Beach by Brandon Architects Inc
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– Project name : Pescador Contemporary
– Location : Orange County, California, United States
– Architects : Brandon Architects Inc (www.brandonarchitects.com)
– Photograph : Manolo Langis

The Pescador Residence is a redevelopment project with the primary objective of maximizing the view potential of the property. This goal was realized during the design process through the use of large glass volumes, which are layered with solid mass, such as the floating concrete wall that creates privacy at the street while heightening the arrival sequence.With an open floor plan, the view opportunities of the home were maximized while simultaneously connecting indoor/outdoor living spaces to create unique vantage points from view decks, the infinity pool/spa, outdoor kitchen, and balconies.

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“Inspiring your dream home”
** Location: 81454 Amundsen Ave, La Quinta, CA 92253
** Price: Off market ($12,081,399 estimated by zillow.com)
** Beds: 7
** Baths: 9
** Living: 11,316 sqft
** Lot size: 1.3 acres
** Built: 2019

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– Project name : Open House
– Location : Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, United States
– Architects : XTEN Architecture
– Photograph : XTEN Architecture

This residence is embedded into a sharply sloping hillside property, a challenging site that led to the creation of a house that is both integrated into nature and open to the city beyond.

The structure and detailing of the house is more complex than it appears. Extensive grading and terraced retaining walls were developed to extend the first floor living level into the hillside and to create a garden terraces on each level. Steel beams were set perpendicular to and into the hillside to achieve the backspans necessary for the large cantilevers at the front of the building. Lateral steel clear spans fifty feet between these beams to create double cantilevers at the leading edge of the house and uninterrupted cinematic views over the city. Front, side and rear elevations of the house slide open to erase all boundaries between indoors and out and connect the spaces to gardens and terraces on three levels.