Home owner and renowned photographer Dianna Oliva-Day consulted noted architects Gerhard Heusch and Bob Ray Offenhauser to create a blend of art, brilliant architecture and unparalleled sophistication. Designer Ramon Gallardo and antique expert/acclaimed interior decorator Susan Hollis were also active participants. The mid-century roofing line floats behind palm trees, stylized property walls and wrought iron and copper gates. The massive white Oak front door leads to an ample and elongated foyer. The transition of space from outside to inside virtually disappears in the open architecture common area. In the chef's kitchen planned by renowned designer Tommy Short, light beams through three skylights over the massive white oak center island. The ample master suite extends to a sitting area and a walk-in closet with skylights. To the south, opening to the pool, the majestic retreat with high-beamed ceilings embraces the tranquil atmosphere of the exotic landscape of the back yard.