Modern Beverly Hills Home with Spanish-Inspired Interiors

Modern Beverly Hills Home

Architects: EYRC Architects
Project: Crescent Drive Residence
Location: Beverly Hills, California, United States
Area: 3,000 square feet
Photography: Matthew Millman

Light, simplicity and materiality were the guiding design elements for this modest 3,000 square foot Beverly Hills home. Respectful to a neighborhood mainly consisting of Spanish-styled homes from the 1940s, scale and mass were kept comparable. 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.

Modern Beverly Hills Home 1

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.

Modern Beverly Hills Home 2

A sculptural walnut staircase anchors the living area on the opposite end, while a board-formed concrete wall with integrated American-walnut casework and paneling ties the composition together.

Modern Beverly Hills Home 3

Upstairs, the comfortable design provides a workout room, home office and two bedroom suites with cityscape views, perfect for this growing family’s needs.

Modern Beverly Hills Home 4

The private entry court includes a soothing water feature, and sums up the modern home as one of powerful simplicity and calm reflection.

Modern Beverly Hills Home 5

Modern Beverly Hills Home 6

Modern Beverly Hills Home 7

Modern Beverly Hills Home 8

Modern Beverly Hills Home 9

Modern Beverly Hills Home 10

Modern Beverly Hills Home 11

Modern Beverly Hills Home 12

Modern Beverly Hills Home 13

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

To be updated with all the latest news, offers and special announcements.

Game of colors that bring joy and dynamism – contemporary villa in La Baule

These attractive interiors belong to a beautiful villa located in La Baule in the southern Brittany, France. On a background dominated by darker and...

Big Cabin & Little Cabin in Colorado by Renée del Gaudio Architecture

The word “cabin” conjures up a variety of romantic images — a place to gather family, to rest after a long day in nature, or to warm your hands in front of a fire. Big Cabin | Little Cabin strives to embody the character and sensation of a traditional cabin, and tell the story of one particular family, all within a purely modern framework.

House in Amsterdam completely constructed with massive wooden panels

Boumanstraat Kea ( house in Amsterdam) is a family home designed by Meesvisser Design Office. Located in Amsterdam, the entire building was built in 6 weeks Description...

Renovated 1850s Firehouse with Preserving the Original Architectural Elements

This old fire house received a new life by completing renovation project led by architect Joanne Goldfarb. Renovated 1850s firehouse is presented by the...

Penthouse of Vanke Metropolis No. 79 in Hangzhou / More Design Office

The Penthouse has five bedrooms, three living spaces, two kitchens and four bathrooms. The living room, with a 6 meter high double height space is located in the south, facing the Qiantang River. The spiral staircase is in the southeast corner, and the three sky terraces are connected to the secondary bedrooms, western kitchen and multi-functional room.

Ishawooa Mesa Ranch in Wyoming / Lake Flato Architects

As unique as the stunning Wyoming landscape surrounding, the Ishawooa Mesa Ranch is the result of a successful partnership between wonderful clients, Lake Flato Architecture of San Antonio, Texas and Yellowstone Traditions.