The spectacular building is laid out over 4 floors including an architectural pool, a pool deck, and the rooftop. The cantilevers are able to extend the house over the steep terrain.

It enjoys head on sweeping views of Los Angeles from downtown to the Pacific. The rooftop, which has breathtaking views of the Hollywood Sign, contains a spa and barbecue area. The living room has direct access to the pool while the pool deck and has a beautiful fireplace.  The house design comprises a series of nested L-shaped forms, which extend down the hillside, while creating large outdoor terraces over the city.

The nested forms are made of board-formed concrete, and designed as “fanning” cantilevers.

One floor lower, there is the exclusively crafted kitchen and dining area. The huge master floor has walk-in closets, a state-of-the-art spa and an art area. Fire and water theme elements create a kind of warmth rarely seen in modern architecture. The house totals four bedrooms and four bathrooms. Floor to ceiling windows throughout open up to bring the outside in and help provide a spectacular backdrop for panoramic views of the city below. There is also a unique car lift where the cars can be seen from the inside of the house.

The interior will be a sophisticated design, with high-grade materials used with unparalleled craftsmanship.