Bel Air, CA
Situated in the hills of Bel Air, CA this precious 1960’s gem original designed by Hal Levitt was re-designed to expand on its already open floor plan. The wall between the kitchen and dining room was removed to allow the kitchen, which is the center of the house to be open to the rest of the house and the views. The simple palette of materials also re-emphasized the original design palette with the extended use of terrazzo on the floors, walnut cabinetry and ceasarstone counters. The entry window has a floating steel box that mimics the original floating walnut entry cabinet that has a new backlit glass graphic.
Architect: Assembledge+ | David Thompson(Principal in Charge)
Contractor: M&M construction
All photos were taken by Michael Weschler Photography