With a body of knowledge formed at the USC School of Architecture, noted local designer William “Bill” Mack built this upper Beverly Glen post and beam residence to harmonize with its forested setting. Like Case Study House participant Rodney Walker, Mack was an owner/builder, often acting as his own contractor. His designs spanning from Malibu to Beverly Glen, consistently displayed an effortless connection to the beauty of nature. The detailing, materials, and craftsmanship that have come to define the classic mid-century L.A. Post and Beam style are found throughout.
A thoughtful update by the current owner compliments Mack’s style, and the residence is true to its original architectural vision. A Valcucine kitchen, Cielo vanities/toilets, Cea Design bathroom fixtures, and custom wood flooring, are among the many recent custom improvements. The spacious open plan living area with wood burning fireplace has high ceilings, and is open to the kitchen. The residence includes a large master suite with home theater, 2 additional bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 fireplaces, office, laundry room and a 2 car garage. Multiple decks, balconies and a private seating area surrounded by native flora round out the residence.