Bel Air Residence


This modern 50's residence was completely taken down to the main structure, then expanded to include three additional bedrooms.

The concept was to develop a lived-in space, where no space was left to look as if it were done only for show. The sunken family room with an enormous flat screen television hidden behind smoked glass sliders and custom made opium beds and haired cushions on the floor allow everyone to enjoy the casual atmosphere.

A traditional Chinese dining table and chairs with gold silk cushions anchor the black crystal glass chandelier, and fine gold sheers wrap the dining room like a cocoon. The master bathroom is completely enveloped in statutory white marble slabs, with the eight-foot diameter tub sitting center stage.


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