Los Angeles Residence by Patrick Tighe Complements a Dramatic Site and Fashion Shoot

Cedar slats front the entry and garage doors. Photography by Marta Elena Vassilakis.

Los Angeles residence by Patrick Tighe Architecture includes a subterranean music studio with board-formed concrete walls and windows looking into the property’s lap pool. Photography by Marta Elena Vassilakis.

Board-formed concrete switches to plaster on the house’s two upper levels. Photography by Marta Elena Vassilakis.

The same finish surrounds steel structural columns. Photography by Marta Elena Vassilakis.

Blackened steel frames the wedge-shape home office on top and library below, the latter shaded by custom anodized-aluminum screens. Photography by Marta Elena Vassilakis.

A window offers a glimpse into the entry atrium. Photography by Marta Elena Vassilakis.

Custom pendant fixtures descend through its triple height. Photography by Marta Elena Vassilakis.

The triangular shape of the atrium’s cutout and glass balustrade mimics the house’s form. Photography by Marta Elena Vassilakis.

Concrete surrounds the 75-foot-long lap pool. Photography by Marta Elena Vassilakis.

At one end, a plaster-clad vestibule leads to the music studio. Photography by Marta Elena Vassilakis.

The 5,200-square-foot residence occupies a ½ acre high in the Hollywood Hills. Photography by Marta Elena Vassilakis.

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