The Sessa house was designed by Architect Wes Jones of Jones, Partners: Architecture. Situated at the top of Nichols Canyon, the house enjoys unparalleled canyon views in isolation on a private road. With great respect to its mid-century heritage, Jones did a masterful job keeping it clean and simple and in the architects words crispy. With walls of glass, and every element of design thoughtfully considered, the house brings the outdoors in amid a private and quiet utopian setting.Wes Jones commented J,P:A recognized that the existing house represented a mid-century diamond in the rough: a rare "tube" scheme.....with all sides equal: no difference between the ground plane and the roof, between the land and the sky. Open on the ends, it reasserts the most primal orientation to the connection between inside and outsideThe result is exemplary of the Case Study tradition and California lifestyle of indoor/outdoor living.