California possesses a wonderful climate as well as a perfect location suitable for building a new and comfortable life. It also gathers impressive housing properties, blurring the boundary between indoor and outdoor spaces.
Architectural tendencies in the West Bank often combine many schools, blending nomadic features – Bohemian, dotted with natural elements, nostalgic style and classic furniture, and above all often bold bold art. From Santa Barbara to Silicon Valley, the neighborhoods feature a variety of luxurious amenities, generous views overlooking great landscapes, diverse styles from trendy streamline to traditional dignity. .
IMM Property invites investors to take a look at the Golden State’s most stylish homes – with owners of technology and power giants in Hollywood.
In 1930, architect Arthur R. Kelly, in Los Angeles, designed the house with half made of wood and named Nine Gables. White painted brick and cement sections “Hardwick” by the company painted the Farrow & Ball reputation.
Architect Marc Appleton and his colleague Paul Williger brought a masterpiece of design direction from Spain. The house is named Santa Monica, owned by couple Michael and Danielle Braverman.
Located on a lush oasis in Silicon Valley, this 213-square-meter mansion is a great achievement created by designer Suzanne Tucker and architect J. E. Caldwell. It is known that the work was remodeled from a fully built stone wine workshop in the early 20th century.
Image of the facade of the 1932 house Paul Williams, owned by Steve Tisch, designed by Peter Dunham Design, can be seen behind the Los Angeles city and in front of the big road.
Inspired by West Bank architecture, Rob Lowe and his wife, Sheryl created the house in Santa Barbara. According to architect Don Nulty, “the house is a bit of a Virginia style.” Architect Mark Rios from Clementi Hale is responsible for landscape design.
Marc Appleton, by combining various sizes and materials in the process of creating a customer home in Santa Barbara, said the idea was to “create beauty from contrasting pieces, create together Should be alive over time. ”A 1960 Corvette car is parked in the front gate.
The pool covered by the vineyard has “created the first impression for the office,” architect Appleton said. He and the client together created this masterpiece, inspired by the architecture of the Midwest, New England and the whole of England. For Appleton, the biggest challenge this time is to be able to reconcile different architectural features to create a home in Santa Barbara.
By adding delicate windows, adorning the mortar wall, as well as extending the curves at the hallway, architect Ron Goldman revived the lobby area of the modern house at Malibu, owned by Jim and Diane Kahan.
See the beauty of the palm trees in the work owned by the interior designer Emily Summers, at Eldorado Country Club, in Indian Wells. The Summers family worked with Lance O’Donnell, from o2 Architecture and Wayne Carlton Connor & Assoc to restore the landscape of the building since 1969.
Architect John Pawson designed this Los Angeles home for Ellen and Andrew Hauptman couples; Jonathan Bell was responsible for landscape design, while Alexandra and Michael Misczynski from Atelier AM supported Pawson in decorating.
The image of the house in Beverly Hills, owned by Dave DeMattei and Patrick Wade, senior manager of Lucky Brand. Specially created by Los Angeles-based Modern Floristry, the garden of the house is Italian-style with two waterfalls from Authentic Provence, a leading interior unit.