The Schulman Residence. Steven Ehrlich, Faia Ehrlich's Adept Interpretation of California Modernist Style Reflects a Comprehensive Blending of the Sensibilities of Schindler and Neutra, With Delicate Japanese Influences. He Has Prominently Sited the Residence to Pronounce Arrival. His Articulate Blend of Concrete, Glass, Steel and Rich Woods Invite the Specific Contour of the Grounds to Become -as One- With the Residence. A Gated, Bamboo Lined Drive Leads to a Forecourt of This Monumental Masterwork of a Distinguished Residence. Ehrlich Has Deftly Accomplished the Balance of Striking Geometric Angles With the Soft Landing of a Water Featured Entry Bridge and Walls of Shoji Screen Inspired, Horizontal Wood Railed Glass. The Entry Delivers an Extended View of the Gardens and Is Anchored by a 2-story Living Room, Flanked by Two Distinct Wings, Either Side Accessed by a Gallery Reception Hall and an Upper Bridgeway via 2 Stair Towers. Media Room, Library, Dual Offices, Game Room.