Built in the ‘70s, this home is imbued with California charm, enhanced by a magnificent view of the heights of Beverly Hills on one side and the city of Los Angeles, on the other.
Maxime Jacquet, author of the interior design project, decided to maintain as much of the authentic appeal of the residence as possible, keeping the original stone features as well as the vast system of windows and the wood ceilings. To complement the streamlined, modern architecture, Maxime Jacquet added a decidedly ‘60s and ‘70s vibe, like the works by Andy Warhol and Robert Indiana or the Helmut Newton photographs. The interior designer’s goal was to create a space that seamlessly combines traditional and modern, luxury and moderation, elegance and comfort.
Many pieces from the Minotti collection were selected for the home’s furnishings. Two different compositions of the Hamilton seating system find their perfect ambiance in the vast, brightly-lit living room. The area next to the fireplace was furnished with a corner composition upholstered in ecru fabric and accompanied by Huber coffee tables topped with precious onyx, a Leger accent table and an Archipenko storage piece. While the TV room provides the backdrop for a Hamilton composition upholstered in black fabric. Rounding out the same area are a Smith Lounge System bench and a Toulouse table with Bag chairs.