This exceptional Woodland Hills mid-century modern home is perfectly nestled in nature. Designed by architect Kaz Nomura, a prodigious draftsman from the acclaimed architectural firm Jones & Emmons (A. Quincy Jones & Frederick E. Emmons), this residence exemplifies the post-war architectural innovation that sets it apart. Every line, every angle, and every doorway has been thoughtfully considered to create a harmonious space that blends form and function. A shining example of the iconic Jones & Emmons style, this home redefines aspirational living.
The open and inviting single-level floor plan graciously unfolds, merging the dining room and living area into a cohesive space perfect for entertaining and relaxation. Six strategically placed skylights fill the entire space with bright natural light. Vaulted wood beam ceilings and classic clerestory windows punctuate the architecture with an interesting visual rhythm. Dominating the room is an impressive concrete fireplace – a bold, architecturally inspired element that serves as a dramatic focal point.