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Enchanting Venice Canal Villa!


One of three Spanish homes by Venice Builder, Reid Monroe affectionately known as “The Three Sisters.”


This 3 bed/2.5 bath home features a 30 ft. setback from the canal and is adorned with archways, stained glass, French doors, fireplaces and vintage lighting from Clara Bow’s mansion.


Open floor plan, mid level entry, stained glass windows, and large outside patio is an entertainers dream come true. The “Chef’s Kitchen,” features Viking Stove and Traulsen fridge, breakfast nook, custom copper drum fan. Top Floor Master Suite is artistically gated, includes fireplace, French doors to Juliette balconies with amazing canal views. Expansive walk in dressing area and Master Bath w/ large spa tub.




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Listing provided courtesy of Golda Savage, Bulldog Realtors inc.

Spectacular architectural home with 270 degree views to the ocean $2,995,000

The story unfolds beyond the gates of this ultra private hideaway at the end of a private cul de sac w this spectacular architectural home just waiting for your touches to enhance the already astounding beauty w 270 degree views to the ocean. The circular motor court, fountains & uber chic landscaping are met by crisp lines & fine interior finishes. A grand entry w staircase surrounded by glass, leads to the formal living room with fireplace & French doors that open to the pool & spa – perfect for entertaining or moments of repose. The home features a chef’s kitchen w high end appliances & a perfect workspace flow leading to a sun-lit dining area. Neatly tucked away from the public spaces is a spacious master suite w spa bath overlooking scenic views! 3 more bedrooms & baths + maids can host family or guests w ease, whilst the upper entertainment level consists of a media room, 10-foot bar & custom screening room.

Email Noah@westsideluxeliving.com for a private showing.  Open House Sunday 2-5pmImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImage

Details… http://guests.themls.com/Details/CA/BEVERLY-HILLS/13360-JAVA-DR/90210/13-663939.aspx


Dramatic architectural adjacent to Abbot Kinney Blvd $2,250,000

Dramatic architectural adjacent to Abbot Kinney Blvd. High ceilings and abundant natural light creates exceptional ease of living in this very comfortable lofty home. Generous living spaces with expansive art walls, 4 spacious bedrooms including epic master suite with windows on 3 sides. Gated and private from the street, direct access over-sized 2 car garage, well appointed kitchen and extra storage.  Contact Noah Walsh for a showing.  Noah@westsideluxeliving.com 



Reality Glitch: Digital Distortion in Physical Furniture Form

This really has to be the most amazing piece of furniture I have ever seen.  

Art imitates life … and sometimes furniture copies computer errors. Yes, you are seeing these images right: they depict an actual piece of carefully carved furniture, not a photo file gone wrong.

Ferruccio Laviani created this off object using CNC processes – hand-cutting such an object would be nigh on impossible. Make from oak, it looks delicate, intricate and solid, up to the points where distortion takes over and sharply (literally, so be careful!) bends and twists it an improbable angles.

From the press release: “Echoes of faraway places and Oriental elements are glimpsed in the “disorienting” design of this storage unit, which seems to have been “deformed” by a strong jolt or by swaying movements. Although it appears to depart from the aesthetics of the past, in fact it draws upon ancient knowledge in the use of carving and fine wood workmanship.”

And where does it fit within the canon of tradition and style? “The appeal of this extraordinary piece of furniture lies in its ability to overturn and question classical stylistic principles such as purity, cleanness and symmetry, while evoking a comforting feeling of deja-vù and a sort of primitiveness, matched by unquestionable craftsmanship.”

I found this here…

Venice Beach Wines

Venice Beach Wines grew out of an active involvement and love for this unique beach side community. We are passionate about quality food, wine and creating enriching experiences for our neighbors and guests.Image

Parrish Art Museum

Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill, New York, by Herzog & de Meuron
When Herzog & de Meuron’s original design for the Parrish Art Museum’s new home in Water Mill, New York, was scrapped for financial reasons, the Swiss architects came up with a second, simpler plan. Instead of a cluster of small individual buildings, they created a single, dramatic, 615-foot-long structure with concrete walls and an aluminum roof that draws inspiration from the artists’ studios scattered throughout the East End of Long Island. The architects view the redesigned building, which will triple the museum’s existing gallery space, as a distillation of their original plans. “It’s been a long journey,” Pierre de Meuron says of the Parrish. “But it was important for us to be able to make a second project.”

Rendering: © Herzog & de Meuron