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April 03, 2019 1 min read

Whipple Russell Architects takes modern architecture to Beverly Hills with their latest "Ultra-Custom Residence" project. It's like the Jetson's meet Frank Lloyd Wright, in this rendition of an otherworldly mini mansion. 

FROM DESIGNMILK: The hilltop Carla Ridge Residence in Beverly Hills is bound to give every visitor real estate envy with its sweeping California views, vacation-worthy backyard, and ultra-custom details spotted throughout.  

The turntable parking spot in the driveway might just be our favorite feature, but it's really hard to choose from. 

Take a look at more beautiful pictures of this residence and if it's still available to buy! 


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