The interior space of the Hillclimber house by Kovac Architects, takes advantage of the meandering, hill-bound design, which places it on a steep canyon hillside. Built with sustainably harvested wood, the home features clean, spare lines and abundant natural light. Smooth plaster walls contrast nicely with the mix of hardwood and concrete floors and burnished wood details. On the highest level of the home, an infinity edge pool appears to flow over the wall of the home.
Kovac Architects works on both residential and commercial projects, and is distinguished by its spare, clean take on modern design. The firm prides itself on its ability to work successfully in difficult situations, including short deadlines, restrictive property conditions, and small budgets.