This cutting edge home designed by Gray Matter Architecture in conjunction with designer/builder Rob Hussey, located in Santa Monica Canyon, California. The residence is the personal home of the builder, Rob Hussey, nestled on a quiet, leafy street in the beautiful beach community of Santa Monica. The exciting and bold design of this 4,248 square foot, four bedroom, five bathroom modern home captures the essence of a true architectural masterpiece. The residence offers an open loft environment, creating a unified connection between indoors and out and flooding the space with natural light and fresh ocean breezes. The exterior living environment features a elongated lap pool, plenty of lounging spaces, dining al fresco and lush gardens. The interiors are characterized by a sleek and stylish design scheme with an open plan living, dining and family room as well as a kitchen. Also on this lower level is a luxurious 5 star hotel-like master bedroom en-suite offer spectacular landscape views. The second and third levels house additional bedrooms plus a spacious home office perched on the upper level with its own private balcony overlooking the swimming pool.
We spotted this fabulous home on Deasy/Penner & Partners listed for sale at $6,750,000.
A collaboration of steel beams, walnut and polished concrete flooring and venetian plaster walls infuses softness into the spaces, while ten foot high floating glass doors framed with beautiful mahogany makes a standout design feature in the living and kitchen areas. On the second level, a sleek catwalk comprised of steel and glass joins the front of the house to the back.
Have a look at some past features from here on 1 Kindesign in the Santa Monica Canyon area:
What We Love: The soaring ceilings makes the interiors feel bright and airy, while the material elements of concrete, steel, glass and wood creates a visually appealing architectural design. The layout of the home is very functional and has an easy flow, but the most cool feature is that sleek steel and glass catwalk on the second level. This is one incredibly designed pad, what do you think?
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