Situated in Manhattan Beach California, this Grandview House was designed to have sustainable features which includes operable windows, ventilating light well and hydronic radiant floor system. Originally built in 1927, the house was renovated by a team of creative architects at RAS-A to adapt to a long and narrow lot. The interiors of the residence were designed to spill outdoor so that the living spaces will be flooded with natural light. The outdoor fireplace and grill was made with repurposed bricks. The interiors have concrete flooring, walnut casework, ceilings of hemlock, maple stairs, and Venetian plaster treated walls.