Beverly Hills

This new house north of Sunset Boulevard in Beverly Hills is inspired by the Streamline Moderne movement in Colonial Revival architecture practiced in Los Angeles in the late 1920s and 1930s by architects such as Paul Williams and James Dolena and their counterparts further east, including David Adler in Chicago and John Staub in Texas. The white-painted brick exterior is accented with simplified classical columns and moldings. The sculptural and elegant work of T. H. Robsjohn-Gibbings influenced the interiors: a modern take on classical elements and Art Deco design.
Beverly Hills facade in white painted brick with black shutters Beverly Hills staircase with wrought iron neoclassical railing Beverly Hills entrance gallery with geometric patterned marble floor Beverly Hills living room with Lutyens inspired fireplace mantel Beverly Hills entrance gallery looking towards dining room with Chinese hand painted silver leaf wallpaper Beverly Hills dining room with Chinese hand painted silver leaf wallpaper and ceiling Beverly Hills kitchen with Calacatta marble backsplash and gray and white checkerboard antique marble floor Beverly Hills family room with stained walnut coffered ceiling Beverly Hills breakfast room with David Adler style marble compass rose floor Beverly Hills powder room with walnut vanity with polished nickel inlay and amethyst countertop Beverly Hills master closet in polished mahogany Beverly Hills wine cellar in Yves Klein blue Garden facade of Beverly Hills house reflected in swimming pool Neoclassical style Beverly Hills pool house
Richard Manion Architecture
Landscape design by Leyva & Wilde
Photography by Erhard Pfeiffer