An Upside Down House in the Woods Flips the Architectural Script

Taking architectural chances is not uncommon in the homes we feature on this site, but this spacious house on Oak Pass in Beverly Hills is perhaps one of the most creative - and most beautiful. Aside from its stark and stylish modern choices, the house is built with an upside down program. Instead of ascending to the houses' private spaces, bedrooms are hidden in the hillside and covered with a roof that grows edible herbs. This Walker Workshop home may not be the Beverly Hills opulence that you would expect, but it has its own brand of spectacular.

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