Like many of Safdie Rabines’ projects, the Miramar House in La Jolla, Calif., occupies a steep hillside site.
Open shelving divides the living room and the dining area, allowing natural light and views to flow throughout the home’s public spaces.
The entry to this Malibu, Calif., beach house leads to an atrium hall that brings in views of the Pacific Ocean.
The 6,200-square-foot residence also contains a guest house separated from the main house by a private garden.
Concrete floor tiles provide a neutral background that doesn’t try to upstage the home’s spectacular views, or the owners’ art collection.