Hidden in a hillside and covered with a blanket of edible herbs, the Oak Pass Main House becomes a part of the native landscape. The home is located in Beverly Hills on a piece of land dotted with 130 Coast Live Oaks. Although it's comprised of nearly 8,000 square feet, the structure maintains a relatively modest appearance by sliding its ground level into the terrain. The interior doesn't conform to traditional layouts, placing the bedrooms on the first floor and the main living spaces above. Encased in glazing, the entire story opens out to a 75-foot infinity swimming pool that slyly flows below the branches of the property's largest tree.
Photos: Joe Fletcher / Walker Workshop