This 9,000-square-foot Mansion in the Pacific Palisades, was built  in the Mid 2000s by L.A-based KAA Design Group as a cluster of interconnected glass, stone and wood pavilions that orbit around a central atrium with a soaring, 35-foot mahogany ceiling. The open-plan layout provides generous formal living and dining rooms, an office, eat-in kitchen and family room, a screening room and a state-of-the-art home gym. Disappearing walls of glass open up to a series of courtyards, gardens and sleeping porches, and the fully landscaped, 0.68-acre corner parcel includes flat lawns and gardens connected by wood walkways and numerous water features that include a koi pond and a swimming pool with adjacent pavilion.