Now this is nice.
Originally designed in 1958 by Romanian architect Haralamb Georgescu, the Pasinetti House in Beverly Hills, California, has recently undergone a contemporary revamp by restoration architect Aaron Torrence of Design Plus Construction.
Named after its first occupant, Italian writer Pier Maria Pasinetti, the hillside house is comprised of a series of 20-foot cubes; all flooded with light.
We think Torrence should be commended for his thoughtful update - it seems nothing has been taken away from the original feel of this modern beauty.
Sunny and spacious, this is classic Californian living at its very best.
Photography Ricardo DeAratanha / Los Angeles Times