This residence on a Knoll overlooking Miracle Mile with the backdrop of the Hollywood Hills provides sweeping views of the city as an unexpected surprise to visitors only familiar with the viewport from the street level. ADC reinvented the roof deck to provide the client with the ability to enjoy the space watching movies under the night sky while enjoying the rooftop kitchen. The growing family needed an additional bedroom, so a front addition was devised which consolidated the existing amalgamation of remodels, replacing them with a cleanly built a façade which shielded the less attractive elements of the existing building while uniting the new addition in a continuous front elevation which befits the neighborhood. In addition to the additional bedroom a dramatic entry sequence and a ground level office was added. The clean linear architecture with Japanese influences serves the practical as well as aesthetic needs that the home should command from the public, the front louvers are precisely angled to provide the residents with privacy without compromising the city viewpoints from the interior. This reinvention of the front elevation of the property was carefully designed so that the occupants could remain in their living spaces throughout the course of construction with minimal disruption to their ongoing lives; the design is built to last with programmatic features to bring joy and comfort to this family for decades to come.