Designed with the signature ‘livable minimalism’ approach of our office, they are inspired by iconic modern homes such as Falling Water and Casa Malaparte. Nevertheless, they reside in the 21st Century as form and function and - fun, of course, as well as current building standards. The location of the homes on the property is dictated by a multitude of factors such the natural site conditions, exiting easement approach, Fire Department hydrant entry distance, allowable driveway slope, envelope height and BHO FAR, allowable cut, required toe of slope clearance and additional specifics. The spatial composition provides an airy ambience and clear, easy functional connections, starting with an ample driveway court with grass paved surface. Each home has a three car garage and additional up to five parking spots for guest parking, a hot commodity in the Hills. Service level storage rooms and wine cellars for both homes and a sauna for Home A. Interior stairs and an elevator handle vertical communication, while guests enter via spacious exterior stairs at second level.Both homes feature interior gardens around their floating staircases lit by ample skylights; seating and entry closets are convenient part of the entry. Home A features three large bedrooms, two bathrooms and a maid’s room with a full bath, while Home B has the bedroom/bathroom count and a service lounge. Laundry rooms are conveniently located at the same level.