maison dunand | beverly hills

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This 1938 Beverly Hills residence was designed by architect Herbert Reisenberg in a stylized French Revival style, influenced by the streamlined white brick houses being built in L.A. in the 1930s by Paul Williams and others. Our remodel restores the house to its original splendor and adds much-needed family rooms and bedrooms. The new interiors maintain the scale of the original and are inspired by the works of Jean Dunand and the Art Deco and Art Moderne periods in Paris.

Interior design by Craig Wright
Landscape architecture by Daniel Busbin

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This 1938 Beverly Hills residence was designed by architect Herbert Reisenberg in a stylized French Revival style, influenced by the streamlined white brick houses being built in L.A. in the 1930s by Paul Williams and others. Our remodel restores the house to its original splendor and adds much-needed family rooms and bedrooms. The new interiors maintain the scale of the original and are inspired by the works of Jean Dunand and the Art Deco and Art Moderne periods in Paris. Interior design by Craig Wright Landscape architecture by Daniel Busbin