On a palm tree-lined street perched above Sunset Blvd sits four tranquil Spanish residences, with sweeping views from the Downtown skyline to the Griffith Observatory and the Hollywood Hills. This 1920s Spanish gem is reimagined with reverence to historic preservation as well as a nod to modern living. Central to the design philosophy was highlighting the historic 1920s character while introducing new architectural elements to create a cohesive space for elevated living. These homes are illuminated by beautiful natural light from large original 1920s-era windows that embrace the greenery and mature trees of the surrounding landscape. A curated selection of fixtures and surfaces enhances the heritage and historic character, while a neutral material palette provides for a range of design expressions and individualization. The custom-built cabinetry is elevated by hand-crafted aged brass hardware and leather-finished marble countertops, adding to the unique tactile quality of each residence. The commercial-grade Italian ranges inspire the culinary spirit and impromptu dinner parties, while hand-made ceramic wall sconces throughout the home offer a soft, indirect evening light. These homes remind us to slow down and embrace the art of living: a space to feel at ease and inspired.