Architect Zoltan Pali pulls off some serious Jedi mind tricks to complete a levitating house in Bel Air. The glass and steel home appears to float above the hilltop thanks to a transparent ground floor and a cantilevered design. Its 18,800-square-feet span across three wings, each one fanning out in a different direction to take advantage of views at every angle. Throughout the three floors, you'll find 9 bedrooms and 10 full baths as well as amenities like a 1,000-bottle wine room, cedar-lined sauna, a home theater, and a gym. Its exterior takes full advantage of California living with multiple outdoor spaces that include a kitchen, terraces with fire pits, and a LED-lit pool overlooking Los Angeles and the Pacific Ocean. The residence also comes with The Cube, a four-bedroom guesthouse complete with four baths and a kitchenette while the garage also doubles as an additional event space.
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