Crescent Drive is a house designed by Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney Architects in 2016. Located in a neighborhood mainly consisting of Spanish-styled homes from the 1940s, in Beverly Hills, California, USA, the residence measures 3,000ft² (279m²).
Materials traditionally used in Spanish houses were incorporated – all but with a modern twist; a straightforward composition of stucco, concrete and wood produced both a contemporary and warm respite in this urban setting.
In the main living area, bold ﬂoor-to-ceiling glass-doors define the room. With these pocketed away entirely, the living and dining seamlessly open to the back yard and pool, increasing the sense of outdoor space and giving the illusion of a much bigger home while taking full advantage of the California climate.
— Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney Architects
Photographs by Matthew Millman
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