Originally a Prohibition Era speakeasy owned by Peter Lawford of the Rat Pack, it is to no surprise the walls of this stunning 1932 Spanish contemporary villa continues to leave quite the impression.
Drawing on the open floor plan and explosive city and ocean views at every turn for inspiration, Commune Design understands that everyone who walks into this residence will not merely judge the home by its striking exterior — or its positioning on the most iconic street in the world. The Los Angeles-based design studio understands what’s inside actually does matter.
With a reputation for achieving holistic work across the fields of architecture, interior design, and brand management, Commune’s environmental sympathies are expressed in their conscientious selection of materials, and echoed in their appreciation for original architecture and its elements.
Offering unrivaled luxury, the house has been restored to perfection whilst remaining sympathetic to the era in which it was built, using rich, exotic stones throughout, a range of original millwork, mixed metallics, textured woods, muted hues and exceptional furnishings to bring the interiors into the 21st century.
Contemporary chandeliers hover over the family room, center-island chef’s kitchen and dining room. The step-down living room offers a timeless lifestyle with its fireplace and three sets of sliding glass doors opening onto an expansive entertainment deck.
The two-story spiral staircase with skylight leads to the four bedrooms, including the sumptuous private master overlooking the city lights beyond and the infinity pool and entertainment deck below.
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