LeMaster Architects has designed a contemporary single family home design in Long Beach, California. The concept for this single family residence hinges on the relationship between three intersecting volumes and a base. The primary volume consists of an exterior cladding system that wraps the south elevation. Two secondary volumes are inserted to focus views and highlight significant programmatic elements. The balcony and family room are combined into a singular volume at the front of the house. The third triple height volume bisects the house and contains the vertical circulation, acting as a light well and a thermal chimney. An additional focus was to maximize outdoor living. Both the living and dining rooms can be extended outside through sliding glass doors. The roof deck is comprised of a larger viewing platform and a more intimate covered lounge.