To preserve Malibu’s natural beauty, many home owners are turning to real estate that features eco-friendly design, such as homes created by S|A (Sorensen Architects). Born in Chicago, Chris Sorensen studied architecture at California Polytechnic University. Designing real estate in Malibu since 1997, Sorensen founded S|A shortly thereafter in January 2000. Since then his designs have been featured in many publications such as WIRED Magazine, Hollywood Reporter, and VLife.

Sorensen’s designs range from traditional to modern style, but they all share one common theme – environmental sustainability. Sorensen developed this passion for green design while studying architecture in Copenhagen, Denmark. Luxury homes designed by Sorensen embrace alternative building systems and renewable sources of energy with no sacrifice of style. Some of S|A’s most famous Malibu homes include the Bright Beach House, the Barish House, the Siemons House, and the Bridge House.

Located at 27312 Winding Way, the Bridge House was built in 2010. Every room of this contemporary home provides spectacular ocean views from its private hilltop location. The 7,000 square foot home features rift sawn oak floors, a sundeck and a pool with your own mountain to hike and enjoy.

Contact Chris Cortazzo for a private showing of The Bridge House today.