Los Angeles Homes architecture has always defeat gravity on midcentury landmarks because of it’s celebrity exquisite tastes. The esteemed filmaker Michael Bay, known for action-packed big-budget blockbusters like the Transformers series, Armageddon, and Pearl Harbor has one of these celebrity homes.
Everyone involved in the project said this was the toughest thing they’ve ever built. The Miami architect Chad Oppenheim came up with the original concept for the 30,000-square-foot, three-story dwelling, modeling its sculptural massing of rectilinear forms and astonishing cantilevers.
And When Michael Bay looked at the first Chad Oppenheim’s sketch he realised this was the house he wanted.
The Los Angeles architect Mark Rios of the Rios Clementi Hale Studios picked also the project and translated all the first vision into reality. The modern interior design was a close collaboration with Lorraine Letendre, who created the main living and bedroom spaces. Meanwhile Lynda Murray tackled the spa, gym, and lower-level guest quarters.
Due to the architecture’s complexity and the challenges of the eight-acre lot, along withMichael Bay’s Hollywood analyzing-eyes, every aspect had to be taken into account.
Considering this celebrity home size, it makes a relatively discreet impression from the street.
Within the expansive modern interior design, but with a minimalist approach to the decor, mixing vintage designs with bespoke creations such as the dining room’s steel table and the master bath’s Italian-made travertine tub.
The lower level also contains a state-of-the-art home theater designed by Murray and architect Jeff Cooper, the acoustics of which are so exceptional that even Steven Spielberg was wowed upon visiting it.
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