Off Market: $35,500,000
5 Bed | 11 Bath The latest offering by @quinnarchitects is a one-of-a-kind European architectural masterpiece in prime lower Bel Air. Situated on approximately one acre on a quiet cul-de-sac overlooking the Bel Air Golf Course and majestic city views, the property offers incredible privacy in a world-renowned location. The drama begins with the spectacular 40-foot sky-lit atrium entry with floating staircase. The great lounge, bar lounge, family room, and dining room open to completely seamless coordinating outdoor entertaining spaces. One guest bedroom and one staff bedroom are offered on the main level. The second level features two spacious en-suite bedrooms with custom closets, Italian marble bathrooms, and balconies with views to Downtown Los Angeles. The incredible master suite encompasses approximately 2,100 square feet with custom dual closets, breathtaking oversized Italian marble bathroom with dual areas plus a spacious terrace with spa, and lounge area with fire pit and views. A private fitness center and yoga area, billiards and game lounge with bar, wine cellar, and fully equipped theater are featured on the lower level. The superbly designed grounds include a 65-foot infinity pool and expansive grassy yard. Additional fire and water features throughout include a 78-foot entry water feature, 12-foot infinity pool wall, and infinity pool fire pit. The property is offered fully furnished with Minotti, Henge, Rimadesio and Misura Emme furnishings. Listed by @bondstpartners@mumansky 18 DM for Photo Credit. ...
Casa Bruma | 9 Black Concrete Blocks
📍 Location: Mexico
📐 Area: 6,500ft² (604m²)
🏡 Architects: Fernanda Canales
📆Project Year: 2017
📷 Photography: Rafael Gamo
'The program is distributed in nine blocks so each zone has a certain independence and, at the same time, a relation with the different spaces. The blocks of kitchen-dining-room-main room and children’s room are linked by roofed corridors. The rest: two blocks for guest rooms, services and garage finish to form the central courtyard and allow each block to face this courtyard and open to the other end generating private but fully open views to the landscape. Two blocks have terraces on the roof, while the rest are green roofs.
Each block has a different height that corresponds both to its particular location within a topography with steep slopes and to the different hierarchies of each space. The main room is located on a second level, above the children’s room and on a study that has its own terrace. A larger study is located on the dining room and from there you can access one of the terraces on the roof, which is located above the room. The other roof terrace is accessed from a staircase in the central courtyard, which highlights the independence of the blocks but also the sequences and communications that exist between them.
The house is made up of four materials: apparent black concrete, wood, stone and glass. Each block adapts to the topography and makes the volumes appear and disappear in the land.'
— Fernanda Canales
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