Walker Workshop have designed a two bedroom guest house in Beverly Hills, California.
From the architects
This two bedroom guesthouse sits along a ridge in a grove of over 120 coast live oak trees. The building utilizes a small footprint and height to maximize panoramic canyon views while strengthening its connection with the trees below. An existing barn was rehabbed extensively and functions as both a living room and a concert venue for up to eighty guests. The upper floor is clad in fire-resistant wood and has bedrooms at opposite corners of the floating volume.
Architect: Walker Workshop (design team: Noah Walker, Ted Leviss, Erin White, Trent Laughton)
Interior Design: Walker Workshop
Contractor: Walker Workshop
Structural Engineer: John Labib and Associates
Civil Engineer: Burgess Engineering
Photography by Nicholas Alan Cope