Architectural Digest Shows The Latest Design Project By Lenny Kravitz – For this Trousdale Estates masterwork, Kravitz and Charney went all out for client Branden Williams and his family.
The renowned Architectural Digest magazine just unveiled another incredible design project designed by one of the most famous personalities in the world, the one, and only Lenny Kravitz, with the help of a renowned architect, Jack Charney. Discover more about this inspiring residential design here!
Located in the historic Trousdale Estates neighborhood of Beverly Hills—once the stomping ground of Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, and Groucho Marx—the Williamses’ new house was designed by iconic mid-century architect Jack Charney.
According to Kravitz, “my design aesthetic can go in many different directions depending on the client and the project, but where Branden and I align is in the extravagant and bold expression of 1970s Los Angeles design glamour.”
A custom built-in gold velvet sofa creates a bold focal point in the kids’ den, which also includes handcrafted 1960s-style bookshelves and a table and chairs by Kartell. The vintage oil painting was a gift from actors Jeremy Renner and Kristoffer Winters, who found the work while shooting a movie in Argentina.
As you enter the open-plan kitchen and dining area, the first thing that will pop right out will be the incredible custom hand-blown amber-glass light fixture hangs above a 1950s handcrafted table from Paris and an antique Oushak rug. All of the kitchen appliances are by Gaggenau, the refrigerators are by Sub-Zero, and the floors throughout are Italian travertine. The china on display in the kitchen cabinets is by top luxury brands, like Hermès and Roberto Cavalli.
Inspired by the sculpted arches from the bar in the classic movie Casablanca, the Kelly Bar Chair by Essential Home it’s a timeless and unforgettable piece. Besides being stylish, this unique mid-century modern bar chair it is made to be comfortable and stand the test of time.
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The interior design of the master bedroom truly represents the 1970s opulence thanks to the custom made seashell bed upholstered in mauve velvet, underneath a ceiling of smoked mirrors. Both of the bedside tables and satin bedding are custom made, and the Moroccan lampshades are vintage.
Last but not least, the master bathroom was created according to the sophisticated decor of the trendy bedroom. This design project opens up onto an outdoor shower and the freestanding bathtub is all made of Italian travertine.
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