Home Tour: Photographer Jill Greenberg's hillside escape
The house that Beth Holden designed for photographer Jill Greenberg and producer Robert Green takes cues from some of Greenberg's best-known photos: a cool (at times frosty) palette, a layer of glam and flash, a touch of playful surrealism -- all of which seems fitting once you've seen the hillside house's unbelievable view.
The homes we profile often fall into familiar categories: modern innovators, restoration wonders, budget remodels, small-but-smart spaces. This one? File it under L.A. fantasy, a live-work escape complete with artificial turf on the rooftop playground.
We have been tracking progress of this house for about two years, most recently so photographer Bryan Chan could complement our article and traditional photography with 360-degree interactive panoramas that allow you to pan and zoom inside various rooms. Buckle up and enjoy the ride.
-- Craig Nakano
Photo, top: The second-floor master bathroom's corner window has a frosted lower half, providing privacy while still transmitting light. The skylight reappears on the rooftop, where it's situated as a glass table surrounded by built-in seating. Credit: Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times
Photo, bottom: A screen capture from one of seven 360-degree panorama images accompanying the story. Credit: Bryan Chan / Los Angeles Times