This home in the Hollywood Hills was designed by Santa Monica's Belzberg Architects for one of their own, founder Hagy Belzberg, a former intern in Frank Gehry's office.
Besides glass walls, modern touches and a stellar view, this 5,800-square-foot
house compound features a drive-in-style home theater with a screen that completely takes over one of the exterior walls of the guest house. You can catch the flick by pulling up to the driveway in your convertible or sneaking a peek from the rooftop patio of the main dwelling.
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