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Main house Oak Pass program adheres Upside Down, with public space above the bedroom, which was buried into the hillside and under the green roof edible herb. This house is made of concrete with around 130 beautiful old oak trees. Designed by Walker Workshop for private clients in Beverly Hills, California which is a site of 3.5 hectares on the edge of the canyon, it makes the house has fantastic views of the key considerations of this house plan. The beautiful oak tree provides a contrasting look to the harsh side of the house on the lowlands, while the use of glass allows homeowners to look through all parts of the house.

Structural concrete is the main building material because it allows a wide span of space to flow with each other without columns or support. All this leads to a quiet harmony between the site and the elegant minimalist home. This house covers 8,000 square feet spanning four bedrooms downstairs just below the green grass roof, two kitchens, dining room, living room, an office, a wine room with 900 bottles, an exercise room, a media room, four bathrooms and a living room Versatile, front porch and an art gallery plus a garage. Swimming pool as high as 75 feet with unlimited edges on three of the four sides, dividing the two houses. Here’s an amazing tour!

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