Translucent panels lightly enclose the volume of space creating a light filled yet private loft in the center of West Hollywood. Living areas & kitchen open to terrace and grassy yard on the ground level, an open studio/workspace and bedroom/bath on the second, with the master bedroom/bath & roof deck on the third. Staggered levels and various methods of screening casually define interior spaces while the central stair acts as a bridge between levels & serves as a running bookcase. Widely published and exhibited, including the Museum of Modern Art's "The Un-Private House." Front house is a one bedroom fixer cottage sold in as-is condition, can be renovated & rented for income, used as guest house/office or possibly developed - conceptual design available from the architects.