NAKAHOUSE, an abstract transformation of a 1960’s house to a Black and White single-story hillside estate overlooking the Hollywood sign. Designed by Los Angeles based architecture firm Xten, the concept was to project terraces from all angles to maximize views of the surrounding landscape, with a main one connecting the dinning area and the kitchen and an outdoors stairs to the roof deck, steps from one level to another helped it to mingle with the sloped surrounding nature of Hollywood Hills.
The inside was completely reinvented to achieve a sleek and modern theme of minimalism. The stark white interiors are made of a mixture of lacquered cabinetry, matte white quartz, epoxy resin floors and decks, while the contrasting exterior walls are dressed in a smooth black plaster.
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