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An extensive remodel of a 1952 midcentury modern house, originally designed by architect Burton A. Schutt for Mr. and Mrs. Nat Goldstone (published in 1954 in Architectural Digest, Vol. XIV, No. 3), has transformed this Beverly Hills estate into a pristine, contemporary custom residence for art collectors.

 

Our program included expanding and streamlining the existing structure to accommodate an extensive art collection by raising ceiling heights and adding a third story to increase the gallery space and bring in more light. The sloping property was reconfigured to include an exercise pavilion and a new pool, and the landscaping redesigned with additional terracing and fountains to create the overall feel of an art gallery in a park-like setting.

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Landscape Architect: Daniel Busbin