This house renovates into modern living way by reconfigured floor plan to maximize relationship between outside and inside, additional fenestration around the courtyard, more energy efficient and updating interior spaces and building systems. Detailing interior and exterior unify with existing historical preservation mid-century house elements. Iconic building materials from its previous designer, William Wurster used, containing materials such as horizontal siding and paneling, wood windows and doors, and a neutral color palette. From enhanced glazing courtyard to living room and dining space that has floating wall, modernist atmosphere with classic reflecting elements feel strong and create comfortable ambiance. Architect Walker Warner, interior design by Douglas Durkin.