This modest contemporary residence is benched into a wooded hillside in the quiet traditional neighborhood of Mountain Brook. The original Fritz Woehle design boasted a glass wall around a cylindrical volume pierced by a brick wall plane. The brick wall separates the living area from the rest of the program and creates a unique dining room with a conical ceiling, lit by a diffuse skylight. Throughout the years and subsequent renovations/owners, the original design intent was in many ways lost. This renovation aims to restore much of the original design, as well as create a new two story living room volume, optimize as much of the existing square footage, and act as a backdrop from the owners extensive art collection.