The main living area is really one large room. A low, thick-walled mustard yellow divider separates the kitchen from the living room and provides one of the few actual walls in the main areas of the house.Designed by the late architect George Bissell in the early 1960s, the house integrates the indoors with the outdoors, making the transition almost seamless. The surrounding land was mostly undeveloped when the homes in the tract were built, allowing for ocean views from most. In place of walls, Bissell designed floor-to-ceiling glass windows and sliding doors. As a result, there is very little wall space on which to hang artwork.