The “Bird Streets” area has rapidly become one of the most sought-after Los Angeles neighborhoods and is among the city’s prime real estate development markets.
This very exclusive setting is home to the “1442 Tanager Way” residence, designed by architect Paul McClean, with interior design by Mary Ta of Minotti Los Angeles. The 1,000 sq. m villa has a typically California-style architecture, with rooms featuring large windows opening onto the garden with breathtaking views of the city.
The living room is furnished with a generously-sized corner composition of the Powell seating system, with dark brown leather Brooks armchairs, Riley coffee tables and a Williams console, while the dining area is enhanced by a Clark table and York chairs. The bedroom is furnished with a Spencer Bed, Morrison nightstand, Wilson console and Raymond storage cabinet. A Spencer chaise-longue and Quinn armchairs complete the setting. The patio adjacent to the sleeping area features Alison Iroko "Outdoor" sofa, Warhol Iroko Outdoor armchairs and Bellagio Outdoor coffee tables with Corian top. A White sofa with Denny armchairs, and Sullivan and Cesar coffee tables highlight the downstairs living area. In the adjoining dining room, a Toulouse table is paired with Bag chairs. Two Cortina "Outdoor" armchairs and a Cesar Outdoor coffee table offer perfect poolside decor.