I am absolute awe of this amazing house that I found when I scrolling through some amazing blog sites. First seen on Stylish Eve, have a read of some of their comments below, amazing! I want to live here!
''A lesson well taken from architectural cubism, this contemporary styled manse in Beverly Hills California embraces all the amenities to enjoy an affluent sustainable lifestyle. The first on the block to be designated under the city’s green development ordinance, Whipple Russell Architects continues to establish themselves with their trendsetting design on the Summit House project. For a little under 30 years, Marc Whipple’s architectonic dream has thrived in the Southern California market, and it is a little wonder why they were commissioned to bring this homeowners’ fantasy to the light of a sunny energy efficient day.
Efficacious glass enclosures mark the unpretentious esthetic necessary to pull off this modern natural habitat with sloping green hills and neutral exterior. The reflective quality on the walls allow for full use of natural lighting during the day, and privacy at night. Additionally, being a “smart” home, the owners are given the use a pc central control system that allows them to set the shade levels on the exposures throughout the home.'' Published by Stylish Eve.
"The interior of the home continues our high-tech journey through the hills of Beverly. Blue and red accents are extremely appealing against the grayscale color pattern. All through the home, the design team was able to mirror the characteristics of the existing wall art. An energetic and warm element is so extensively present that hard lines are not known to provide.'' Published by Stylish Eve.
''The shade control becomes conveniently accessible, when the exterior wall of the master bedroom is made up of crystal clear glass. Contemporary in design, but humble at heart, the master bedroom houses a capacious seating area with a good view of the swivel flat screen television atop a beautiful urbane chest.'' Published by Stylish Eve.
''The relaxing private areas should never be less energetic than the common areas. Kiwi or silver gray flooring brings a calming force in a bedroom space. Shelving allows for functionality, and small seating areas take care of the transitioning section of the room.'' Published by Stylish Eve.