Featured in Wallpaper magazine, an expansive Hollywood Hills minimalist contemporary estate situated atop Mount Olympus with breathtaking views stretching from Downtown Los Angeles to the Pacific Ocean. The voluminous 7,500 sq ft house is extremely private on its 1/2 acre lot and, though enjoying a secluded position, is well-located being only a few minutes' drive away from the heart of the Sunset Strip. Originally designed by Donald Luckenbill AIA, who worked as a senior architect in the practice of much-admired modernist architect Paul Rudolph, and now completely re-imagined by Pierre De Angelis AIA of Good Project Co. De Angelis has enhanced the building's geometry and reinforced connections between inside and outside to create an imposing and generous work of architecture in the great modernist tradition. The landscape architecture is by sought-after designer Michael Fiore and is characterized by its clean, minimal design and native plantings. The Oceanus house has been completely rebuilt over the course of 4 years to create a floor plan that is perfectly suited to entertaining: the main reception and living spaces of the principal floor together form a vast yet inviting space that flows effortlessly between different areas from which to sit and enjoy the far-reaching views of Los Angeles. Walls of floor-to-ceiling glass seamlessly transition the interior space out to the expansive exterior sun decks, fire pit, spa and pool. The upper floor accommodates a generous primary suite, also with superlative city and ocean views, which features 2 large dressing rooms and a beautifully designed bathroom. There are also 2 further junior bedroom suites in the main house and a separate 1,500 sq ft guest house with its own independent and completely private access.