We showcased quite a few mesmerizing architecture works located in the Hollywood Hills, also known as the movie star sanctuary. Nakahouse comes from XTEN Architecture and brings a highly modern touch to this famous neighborhood. The residence is a remodel of a home initially built in the 1960’s. Due to budget and site limitations, the architects kept the foundation and footprints, but added outdoor terraces in order to take advantage of the surrounding views towards the Beechwood Canyon as well as the Griffith Park Observatory. The overall chromatics is based on the contrast between black and white, with extra color additions when it comes to the interior arrangements. Floor to ceiling glass windows maximize views, so that a common walk through the living room becomes a unique moment of relaxation. How do you appreciate the overall design of this project? [Photography by Steve King]