A breath-taking home spanning over 2.700 sqm, located in the exclusive Bel Air residential neighbourhood of Los Angeles and featuring one of the most striking panoramic views of the whole Californian metropolis.
Occupying a surface area of almost 5.000 sqm and built over three floors, the home offers large terraces, wide open grassy areas and an infinity swimming pool on the ground floor that descends in a waterfall towards the garden.
Soft shades - ranging from cream to sand and cord, with a few hints of colour in the form of rust, green and grey - complement textured surfaces and fine details, breathing life into extremely sophisticated interiors, all perfectly in line with the exclusive identity of this home. A stylish concept, warmed by the use of Caravela and Mocha cream calcareous stones and oak wood on the walls and floors, designed to give the home a unique contemporary look.
A full height gallery-hallway creates a refined, almost museum-like atmosphere, welcoming and accompanying guests towards the main areas of the house. The Lou table by Christophe Delcourt is the protagonist of the setting, set in the middle of the room, and enhanced by several important works of art on the wall. Two of the three floors of the building are crossed by a central hallway, designed to locate the spaces of the home in keeping with a structural form.
On one side, the main floor hosts a large living area and on the other, a smaller, cosier area beside the kitchen. The main space, flooded by the daylight that filters in through the large floor-to-ceiling windows, offers two veritable oases of relaxation: the Lawrence seating system - with the Jacques ottomans and the Benson coffee table - alongside a Jacques three-seater sofa, some Aston armchairs, the Caulfield Gold coffee table and a welcoming Lawrence Clan ottoman.
Instead, the other space, which opens on to the kitchen, hosts a comfortable L-shaped composition of the Hamilton seating system, covered in an elegant fabric in shades of grey, paired with a Leger coffee table and the Calder Bronze console. All the chosen indoor solutions, chairs, sofas and furnishing accessories, are by designer Rodolfo Dordoni.
The large open-air areas afford an exquisite succession of dining and lounge areas, including a winding composition of the Florida seating system, set alongside the Halley Outdoor armchair and, in a more private corner, a pair of Colette Outdoor armchairs covered in a vibrant Khaki Green weave, creating an interesting conversation area.
The exclusive personality of the residence is also visible on the floor below: as well as a series of bedrooms, it also has a wellness centre, theatre, bar, lounge areas and a 10-vehicle garage. The top floor hosts four bedrooms, including the master bedroom, all overlooking large verandas.
The most distinctive element of the design is the elegant rooftop terrace, characterised by a more informal and relaxed atmosphere, with many lounge chairs set around a brazier, and a bar area.