Built in the Cheviot Hills of Los Angeles, California, the House on Kilrenney Avenue is a end result of the collaborative pains of IKONIKO and Becker General Contractors. Constructed using an existing solitary storey dwelling built in 1960, the residence preserved the existing building’s outer walls walls, floor chunk and foundations, tally any more storey and using contemporary supplies to enlarge the dwelling to suit the resident’s wishes and needs. The front part of the dwelling conventional a avant-garde outward show, while the backyard was appropriately extended to offer a area of leisure. The original arrangement of the dwelling served as a ignoble in support of the design of the residence. 12 feet frame-less tumbler walls surround the living scope from three sides, creating a panoramic platform offering views of the surrounding fertile vegetation. A wooden platform on the kitchen ceiling hides the ventilation scheme. The after that level of the back home shelters the bedrooms and the master bedroom has its own patio with the purpose of opens in the backyard, offering the inhabitants a luxurious stress-free.