This stacked home is meticulously arranged by FreelandBuck — a firm that took it upon itself to produce a functional structure with an aesthetically pleasing demeanor. The design perfectly integrates itself into the steep slope. Quite literally "carved into a Los Angeles hillside," the house's layout is arranged so that there is a pronounced relationship between the interior and exterior.
The first floor of the stacked home is taken up by the garage, while the second houses a guest bedroom, a bathroom and a space for storage. On the third level, FreelandBuck inserts socially forward living spaces like the kitchen, den, front patio, as well as dining, powder and living rooms. To optimize privacy, the master suite and two bedrooms are reserved for the top floor of the stacked home.
Photo Credits: Eric Staudenmaier Photography