A raw stamped concrete façade at the street belies the accommodating modern interior of the modestly sized Westwanda House by Tag Front Architecture, located in Beverly Hills. The lowest level of the home is blank and uninviting, but the architecture progressively transitions to a translucent, glass clad upper level. The interior spaces follow the exterior transition, with garage and utility spaces occupying the windowless lower level, bedrooms on the middle level, and living and dining spaces on the bright, open plan upper level. Recessed patios lie adjacent to the living and dining areas, expanding usable square footage and providing residents with views of the surrounding hills and approaching visitors. The interior uses a restrained color scheme, utilizing white walls, dark wood and stone flooring, and bright red accents.
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