Whipple Russell Architects, a company with a history in architecture since 1985, designed his sensational residence in Beverly Hills, CA. Known as the Wallace Ridge Residence, this abode features only one story, but it is packed with features.
The designers used a similar layout to SAOTA's style by adding sliding doors for passage to the outside. Using well-manicured wood, stone, glass, and metal throughout the house, it effectuates an atmosphere of class despite its lack of extra floors. On the outside, a staircase leads to the roof, where an outdoor sitting area seconds as an outdoor dining area.
In the dining and living areas, they used a neutral palette of colors, accented by the dark wood used for the walls, and recessed canopy lights to create a welcoming ambiance. A relatively large pool with a small stone bridge and a tiled walkway provide extra entertainment for parties and a deck for lounging outside.