This new residence in Beverly Hills is inspired by the Mediterranean Revival styles of the 1920s and ’30s, seen locally in the distinguished works of George Washington Smith, Reginald Johnson and Gordon Kaufmann. The house will utilize authentic materials and period details and will have a lush Mediterranean landscape. A formal side courtyard with a fountain and a large loggia runs the entire width of the house, and the loggia will feature a columned arcade that overlooks the pool area and extensive gardens. The interiors will also be in keeping with Italianate-inspired houses of the 1920s, with Venetian plastered walls, a stone main staircase with iron railing and a wood-paneled family room with a decorative plasterwork ceiling.


Interiors by Melissa Partridge
Landscape by Leyva and Wilde