Located in the Trousdale Estates enclave of Beverly Hills, California, this striking, midcentury-style home was originally built in the early 1960s on a hillside lot overlooking ocean views. California architect Hal Levitt expanded the home in 1972, and designer Carter Bradley just completed the latest reincarnation-which blends classic features with modern amenities and finishes. Now providing nearly 6,000 square feet of interior space, the residence offers 10-foot ceilings throughout, along with a coved-ceilinged entry hall and a circular glass dining room, among other details. Notably, the home also comes furnished with a combination of custom & vintage pieces sourced from around the world.
“If no one had an army, armies would not be needed. But the same can be said of most lobbyists, PR specialists, telemarketers, and corporate lawyers. Also, like literal goons, they have a largely negative impact on society. I think almost anyone would concur that, were all telemarketers to disappear, the world would be a better place.”
― David Graeber, Bullshit Jobs: A Theory