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The Oscars Green Room by Architectural Digest

Most Americans know Julianne Moore for her acting, but she also possesses an acute eye for decoration and gardening. Arquitectural Digest tell us about her invitation to join the Los Angeles design studio Commune in creating the Architectural Digest Greenroom for the 2015 Academy Awards, which take place February 22.

The Oscars Green Room by Architectural Digest

A spacious backstage lounge where the evening’s stars can catch their collective breath and relax, the Greenroom has been a feature of the awards ceremony for years, and each time the decor’s theme has been different. This year Moore and Commune founders Roman Alonso, Steven Johanknecht, and Pamela Shamshiri devised a refreshing setting inspired by the Space Age heyday of Southern California’s indoor-outdoor lifestyle, back when architects were opening walls with sliding glass doors and surrounding houses with cocktail-ready terraces.

The Oscars Green Room by Architectural Digest

See also: FIFTY SHADES OF GREY MAGAZINE COVERS

The Oscars Green Room by Architectural Digest

The Oscars Green Room by Architectural Digest

The Oscars Green Room by Architectural Digest

The Oscars Green Room by Architectural Digest

Are you looking forward for the oscars? Did you know about the existence of a Green Room?

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