Originally built in the 1950's, the Riviera House builds upon its mid-century roots to create a sleek new design. Clean white cabinetry, steel beams, and expansive glazing pull together to create an ultramodern aesthetic. This is offset slightly by the warm tones of the custom walnut woodwork, inspired by the home's former identity. An elevated floor plan paired with a glass facade furnish the interior with loads of natural light and sweeping views of Santa Barbara and the Channel Islands. To further take advantage of the scenery, an expansive terrace and ground-level deck provide open-air alternatives for dining and entertaining.
Photos: Erin Feinblatt & Jim Bartsch / Anacapa Architecture