Located in Holmby Hills, an exclusive neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, the Brody House is a 11,511 square foot residence displaying contemporary luxury throughout. The massive house was designed in 1949 by famous architect Archibald Quincy Jones and is defined as an essay of modernist glamor which “highlights the renaissance of two movements presiding over architectural thinking today: Mid-Century modern & Hollywood modern”. Its exterior reveals a multilateral approach, with various “wings” well integrated into the hillside landscape.

The main entrance with lavish golden door handles directs visitors towards the main social area. The foyer with red carpet and stylish sofa sets the tone for a glamorous and complex interior scheme. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide a continuous connection with the outdoors, while flooding all the interiors in natural light. The array of materials and textures is hypnotizing, with colorful accents adding dynamics. Red is used in key areas, with powerful visual effects. An inner courtyard with plenty of outdoor furniture makes for a good socializing and entertainment area. And when guests feel particularly energetic, they can take a dive in the outdoor swimming pool. What are your thoughts on the design and architecture of this home, with a market value of $15 million?