This new home was  based on the footprint of an existing house and one of its walls in order to protect its “grandfathered” status. Though anchored to a given plan geometry we we were able to add to it and in doing so introduced an adjustment: the slight angular twist between the property lines and ocean views resolved into a subtly rotated geometry, which was used to organize materials, windows and overhangs. The project was a “total” work of architecture, including interior design and all furnishings. We created floating elements; shelves, mirror and painted surfaces to unify the space with its furnishings and textiles.