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Discussion in 'Art & Design' started by Ashcottmanor, Apr 5, 2010.
link to article on architecturaldigest.com
article on architecturaldigest.com
I wouldn't want to buy Armie's house, not unless the police completed a full and thorough investigation on the entire property. Last thing I'd want is to stumble across the remains of a young woman.
Agreed about Armie’s house. Shame he taunted such a beautiful house in such a beautiful neighborhood.
Absolutely love Troye’s house, because it doesn’t feel super designed.
Halsey lists her midcentury home for $2.8M
Aaron and Sam Taylor-Johnson ask $7.5M for their 1926 Hollywood Hills home
Armie's house sold for $4.7M (asking price was $5.8M), which is a little bit less than what Armie & Elizabeth paid for it two years ago.
STOP! he lived there with his wife and I kind of believe that she didn't know anything. Besides, it was not murder what he was into.. just cannibalism (there's a difference! ).
Too many things happening at the Taylor-Johnson's house but I like that it looks like they actually spent time there, love the not-so-perfect raised gardening beds, and the amount of green on the walls.
I hope some publication eventually gives proper coverage of Elsa Hosk's Richard Neutra house in Pasadena.. she really lucked out getting that and made it even nicer.
Mila Kunis & Ashton Kutcher's sustainable LA farmhouse
I love that Mila and Ashton’s house is quite moody and dark, especially when contrasted with 99% of the new builds going up around LA, but the whole distressed barn wood look isn’t for me and I think it’s kind of played out. It looks beautiful in some rooms and in others it’s just too much. I also think don’t like it when incredibly expensive suburban homes try to look “rustic” and such. In their case they had such good architects and enough of a budget to pull it off but I just know their home going to inspire some very ugly copycats.