The architect Chad Oppenheim designed a stunning three-story house for the director Michael Bay in Los Angeles. Each storey of this hillside house is a separate module stacked one on top of the other on a different angle.
The house is located on a 30,000 square feet lot that provides an amazing view of both LA and the Santa Monica mountain range. Almost hidden on the hillside is the large home theatre with a huge dome made of LED lights. Also on this floor is where the movie prop museum, parking and spa are.
The entire house focuses on a magnificent view by incorporating floor to ceiling windows in its structure. The living room features a steel fireplace and a mirrored Anish Kapoor sculpture.
One side of the living room provides a view of the long infinity pool that occupies the main level. The same level is where the library area is, decorated by brise-soleil shades.
The master suite is on the house’s main level and opens up to a private rooftop terrace. The suite includes a big bedroom connected to a separate dressing room and a luxury master bath mostly crafted from Italian travertine.
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