This House Was Designed With A Wall Space For Projecting Movies On It

Photography by Benny Chen / Fotoworks

When Belzberg Architects were designing this home, perched atop a ridgeline in the Hollywood Hills of Los Angeles, California, they decided to include a space that would be perfect for projecting movies.

h/t: contemporist

Photography by Benny Chen / Fotoworks

The wall is located on the guest house, which can be seen from the main house, with an outdoor lounge / viewing area located above the garage.

Photography by Benny Chen / Fotoworks

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