Here is a fine example of contemporary architecture in Beverly Hills, California. The “Brosmith Residence” embodies the spirit of contemporary design in the use of shape as it spills out on a hill overlooking Mulholland Scenic Parkway. The house is built in small pods creating separation as you move from room to room. Each pod has a distinct rectangular shape where lines are clean and well defined. Privacy is difficult in the Los Angeles area and herein the design helps create that separation. Outdoor spaces are aligned with indoor spaces as you can see from the dining room picture. There are sliding doors that create an opening to a patio to let the California weather become part of the dining experience. This is a single-family residence measuring 4,500 square feet. The design was created by SPFA architects.