With a facade that could, is strident, presents ‘King House’ , a stunning and very modern residential building located in Sunset Park, Santa Monica, California, and works of John Friedman and Alice Kimm Architects , designed for style life-oriented social life. The residence has a floor area of 316 square meters located in a gently sloping terrain and a lot located in a corner. Looks solid with many angles , and a design fresh and modern, the building has a configuration in ‘L’ and is divided into overlapping planes, placing the back of the lot. The cladding of the facade is very attractive, with wood wrapping around the house and that seems to mimic the surrounding green. Almost the whole house is exposed, thanks to a major glass front , consisting of generous horizontal doors and windows that flood of natural light inside the housing. There is an interaction between public and private areas . In fact, the proposed topology was rejected private courtyard, towards a structure of spaces that are still relatively large outdoor patio, which faces the street. Through this provision of the house reinforces the sense of community. This home has a design such that it allows the relationship with the exterior and the surrounding community. It is a flexible and open housing to social life. The house was designed for a family consisting of four members, has four bedrooms and from the comfort of this house, there is a hidden cellar beneath one of the stairs , and a luxury spa in the bathroom principal. It has attractive interior , good lighting natural, admitted by large sliding glass doors. This series of door glass , allow access to the lounge, the dining room and kitchen from the front yard that has the house. So many materials such as furniture are selected and refined, have also been incorporated into this building a number of sustainable features. I think it is unlikely that this house go unnoticed in the eyes of those who pass before her.