Los Angeles-based architectural practice, Whipple Russell Architects, have designed the Laurel Way project. The ultra-luxe property is located in Beverly Hills, California.
“The living and dining areas are a study in chocolate and creamy whites carried through to the exterior surfaces achieved with Texston’s Lime based plaster, offset by rough split-faced stone and dark wenge wood. Lift and Slide German made Schuco windows and doors are state of the art offering dependable operation and drainage as well as thermal efficiency summer and winter. Glossy kitchen cabinets were custom designed and imported from Italy. “Zero edge” and “ floating” themes are echoed in the smallest details; kitchen cooktop venting is flush to ceiling. With no use of molding all lines are visible, every element must be perfectly square and aligned. Minotii, Maxalto and B&B Italia furniture was selected or custom made for each living space.
“The main powder room’s motorized sliding glass door opens up to a vanity and white glass rectangular column – the sink. A wall of small, mirrored black tiles, reflect a single chrome vertical water pipe suspended over custom made sink.”