This Californian castle – home, encased in beautiful Travertine stone, is set on a Bel Air hill with a magnificent view overlooking the unspoiled nature of Hoag Canyon. The interior of this Getty Museum – resembling compound is bright, with vast high – ceiling spaces, contemporary furnishing and natural indoor – outdoor flow. The neutral and light color palette that dominates the premises in combination with the abundance of sunlight floating through countless windows emanates the story – tale atmosphere alluded by the castle – like exterior.
Nature, sunlight, water and night stars are engaged in different architectural elements and compositions of spaces in this hill house. Certain brightness and unpretentious elegance fills up the premises of the house and carry the comfortable and welcoming spirit. Art decorations, open functional spaces (a dream kitchen and living room resembling courtyard) and, of course, rich palette of natural materials (linen upholstery, marble, stone and wood, all around) define the signature atmosphere of the house. Interesting and unusual architectural solutions- like the cozy library with its glass floor or the roof-long skylight- complete the picture.