Embracing nature and timelessness

“An open connection between inside and outside is a key theme of the home, originally built in the 1960s by architect A Quincy Jones, and Ome Dezin’s work ensures that this remains. The integration of an atrium space brings both natural light into the center of the dwelling space and highlights a 40 ft waterfall in the backyard. Amid a mostly neutral base of finishes, wood plays heavily in warming and bringing texture inward, while natural stone elevates kitchens and bathrooms, creating a sense of timelessness.”

A stunning, sympathetic renovation of a design gem in Brentwood, Los Angeles by Ome Dezin.

Embracing nature and timelessness
Embracing nature and timelessness
Embracing nature and timelessness
Embracing nature and timelessness
Embracing nature and timelessness
Embracing nature and timelessness
Embracing nature and timelessness
Embracing nature and timelessness
Embracing nature and timelessness
Embracing nature and timelessness
Embracing nature and timelessness
Embracing nature and timelessness
Embracing nature and timelessness
Embracing nature and timelessness
Embracing nature and timelessness
Embracing nature and timelessness
Embracing nature and timelessness
Embracing nature and timelessness
Embracing nature and timelessness
Embracing nature and timelessness
Embracing nature and timelessness
Embracing nature and timelessness

Photography by Nils Timm.

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