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Oceanfront Design with White Exteriors and Interiors. A luxury design by architect Richard Meier and his partner Michael Palladino, this cool Southern California beach house is the epitome of cool. Fronting the Pacific Ocean to the south, a courtyard to the west and the Pacific Coast Highway to the north, this 4280-sq .- ft. beach house follows in the tradition of SoCal is home page that opens to the outdoors. Light and airy design welcomes residents and guests to a glass-enclosed two-story entry, leading to the house, garden and the main seaside guesthouse. The actual two-storey lobby actually bisected with a cup link as well as pathway, using the house residing places upon possibly aspect. A modern, open-to-top living room opens to a deck overlooking the ocean. Floor 2 ceiling cup is actually tint along with sunscreens as well as louvers, supplying privates whilst sustaining a feeling associated with visibility towards the outside. “The beam in the roof, which is located above the horizontal framing, revealing layers of rhythm and structural components,” explains the architect. “Cadence is repeated with the joinery of painted aluminum exterior wall panels and modular windows. The mass of plaster exterior walls juxtaposed with a transparent glass facade, creating a mosaic of layered material.”

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