Inspired by a “Mid-Century and Modern Hollywood” theme, the Brody House is the quintessential place where history meets contemporary art. Situated in Holmby Hills, Los Angeles California, the residence stretches to 11,511 square feet designed by architect Archibald Quincy Jones.
Lavish and spacious, the main entrance of the house is adorned by a golden door which serves as the first attraction when entering the place. Floor-to-ceiling windows invite the natural rays of sunlight to enter the house, while its walls are treated with Venetian plaster for a more luxurious renaissance feel.
The foyer is fully carpeted with posh furniture displayed to match its elegance. A pop of red color highlights most of the accents of the house adding more visual effects and dynamics to the interior design. Brody House is surely a place fit for a modern king with a market value of $15 million.