Los Angeles Home designed by Jeremiah Brent and Nate Berkus, side by side with the architect Paul McClean. This home has many secrets that need to be discover!
Jeremiah and Nate only work together for special clients, and Brian Robbins and Tracy James are those special clients. The two couples met when Berkus and Brent designed a Los Angeles place located in Hancock Park for Brian. Tracy said that “We really connected with them on an emotional level, especially around our kids,”.
According to the architect, the house seems more solid from the street, but once you get inside it instantly becomes more transparent. Besides this, the vista is one of the most amazing things this house has. The whole outdoors becomes a green oasis.
Brent said that both interior designers wanted to “bring a sense of warmth and coziness to a pristine contemporary house,”, as you will see!
Hommés Studio makes a strong presence in this outstanding project with Lunarys Center Table, which brings to this living room a contemporary touch!
About this Los Angeles Home, also a family refuge, Brian said “Between Paul’s architecture and the warmth and beauty that Nate and Jeremiah brought to the project, I think we found the recipe for domestic bliss.”. We hope you liked this article, as much as we did!
Credits: Architectural Digest; Photography: Trevor Tondro