This mid-century estate home originally bore the burden of it's extreme use of poured concrete and cinder block construction. Consequently, it was completely de-constructed, fitted with 50 tons of structural steel, and expanded to convey a series of pavilions. Mahogany, glass and smooth plaster were used to achieve it 's modern vocabulary, with most rooms opening to the lush surrounding landscape. Additionally, terraced planters, pool, and outdoor entertainment areas were developed.