3410 Hermosa Ave., Architectural Digest’s Editors’ Selection October 2010. A masterpiece in art and living. These worlds meld in this testament to post modern design. An early work by the internationally acclaimed Morphosis design team, Thom Mayne and Michael Rotondi, this blending of stainless steel, concrete and natural elements combine to create a stunning home of epic architectural significance.
Featured in the New York Times, this 4,000+ square foot home has four levels with living room, dining room and kitchen all situated on the top floor to take full advantage of the spectacular ocean/coastline views.
The entrance opens to a three-story, semi-circular atrium. Two sets of stairs trace a path through the structure that has an elevator, three bedrooms, a wine cellar, two fireplaces and a family room. Unobstructed ocean views from PV to Malibu, home has been called “the tallest home in Hermosa Beach.” This home is currently 10 feet over current building height limit. (BTV)
Architectural Style: Contemporary