Walker Workshop’s Oak Pass Main House is a beautiful piece of understated luxury in Beverly Hills

Posted in Architecture
By Sam Bathe on 8 May 2015



Designed “upside-down” by talented architectural studio, Walker Workshop, the Oak Pass Main House in Beverly Hills, California, puts the public spaces above the bedrooms. Buried deep into the 2.5 acre ridge the house is built on, the house features an infinity pool and green roof of edible herbs, and carefully integrates into the surrounding landscape. With floor-to-ceiling windows making the most of the gorgeous views and over 130 coast live oak trees on the plot, the home’s sumptuous interiors complete an understated design, so often overlooks in this part of Los Angeles.











You can find more of Walker Workshop’s projects on their site: www.walkerworkshop.com

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