“Simple rectangular  volumes with simple details” is how designer Thomas Egidi describes the house he created for architect Carlos Dell’Acqua in Malibu. “I wanted to stress its horizontality,” Dell’Acqua notes. Inside the dwelling, which is entered via a bridge that pierces the 25-foot-high main facade, the view  opens up to a panorama of mountains and sea. Ipe flooring is used for the walkway and throughout the interior.  Photo 1 of 5 in Facing the Elements
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Pendants from Finnish Design Shop light a table by carpenter Leo LaPlante. The Eames chairs are from Design Within Reach.  Photo 3 of 5 in Facing the Elements
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The kitchen features PaperStone counters, IKEA cabinets, and a Whirlpool induction range with a Jenn-Air downdraft vent.  Photo 2 of 5 in Facing the Elements
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