Here on one of the most distinctive architectural streets in the City, surrounded by the likes of R.M. Schindler, Harwell Hamilton Harris, Gregory Ain, J.R. Davidson and A.E. Morris, this unique home by architect Sean Briski continues a long history of architectural experimentation. On one hand the home is clearly Modern, with poured-in-place concrete, exposed structural steel, orthogonal volumes and rhythmic fenestration. On the other hand, the CalArts-trained painter turned architect used the project as a laboratory for alternative materials: shredded tire tread curtains, glass panels filled with foam packing peanuts, and basketball hoops as room dividers. The result is a composition that is both disciplined yet playful. Grounded in the landscape, the home fits the hillside like hand in glove, cascading from garage at street level to Master bedroom at the bottom, with a 2-story living room, office and guest bedrooms in between, with spectacular views through floor-to-ceiling glass walls. Hardwood floors, custom cabinetry, stainless appliances and European fixtures and fittings complete the sophisticated experience.