Much like the timeless and classical artistry that served as a guiding light for Richard Meier, whom the home was inspired by, the concepts of site, order, and the use of natural light drove the design of 13084 Via Grimaldi to ultimately bestow upon us the stunning masterpiece that the residence is today.
Natural light was a fundamental, central element to all of Meier’s work and this Batter Kay designed home truly exemplifies that. With walls of glass that not only serve to illuminate the space throughout the course of the day, but also serve to frame in the diverse, picturesque views that can be enjoyed from nearly every window in the home. From the famous mesa walls and whitewater at Torrey Pines State Beach, to the tranquil ebb and flow of the tides at Los Peñasquitos Lagoon, and even the captivating sandstone, naturally sculpted canyons of the Torrey Pines Reserve. All of these visually stimulating vignettes can be enjoyed from the comfort of your own private and serene hilltop retreat. To live here would most certainly feel as though time has somehow slowed down, just for you. Providing the unparalleled opportunity to bask in the grand spaces of the home, complemented by soaring ceilings, thoughtful orientations, and the finest of finishes. The oversized lot, and it’s proximity to the Reserve extension, is sure to leave any visitors to the home with a sense of connection and cohesion with the natural world surrounding them. For a home to have a profoundly deep and positive impact on not only your demeanor, but also your feelings, is a rarely achieved milestone typically reserved for world-class architecture. We are confident this magnificent residence will do just that.