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100 Los Angeles: 10 Incredible Projects By Amazing Interior Designers

 Los Angeles is the dream city of many people. The city of Angeles, as you might know, home of amazing interior designers and amazing design projects as well. Stay with One Hundred for your dose of a luxury paradise inspiration seeing our selection of some of the best interior design projects in Los Angeles.

 

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Hollywood Hills Mansion by Marc Thorpe

First things first, let’s appreciate this unique 5000-square-foot residence designed by the American architect Marc Thorpe, this space was conceived under environmental responsibility and infrastructural independence. With a minimalist and luxury vibe, this residence will fit the dreams of everybody!

 

Neuehouse by DesignAgency

This cultural home for creators, innovators, and thought leaders occupies a full floor in an 1890s structure where the goal is to be a space for the community to manifest, grow and build! With the help of the Canadian studio, DesignAgency, Neue House is now a sophisticated co-working location.

 

Madison Club by Jac Interiors

This JAC design perfectly combines modern materials with contemporary lines reflecting the landscape outside with panache. Full of home decor details and accessories, which contribute to making it warm and welcoming, this house is one-of-a-kind for the family who lives and entertains here.

Lebron James Mansion by Trulia

Meet the breathtaking $23 Million Mansion of the Basketball star Lebron James. With stunning views stretching from Downtown Los Angeles all the way to the ocean. this amazing mansion is a masterpiece of light and design. 

Silvertop by Jamie Bush

The Silvertop house by Jamie Bush is a masterpiece that sits high in the hills overlooking the Silverlake Reservoir in Los Angeles. This sprawling innovative home was the first of many technologically advanced design elements including the first infinity-edge pool, automatic and retractable walls and ceilings, home automation, and passive heating, all driven by the inventor Kenneth Reiner.

 

Tree Top Residence by Belzberg Architects

Designed by Belzberg Architects, this project was awarded in 2015 with the Interior Design Magazine Best of Year. Developed on three levels, this residence fits into the context surrounded by nature and takes wood as the central element! Amazing views, broad space and unusual stars shape. This design has conquered our hearts, what about yours?

 

Ryan Murphy’s House by Studio Shamshiri

The famous Hollywood creator Ryan Murphy always had a taste for the eccentric and colourful things in life! Recently, Murphy debuted to AD his amazing artsy mansion in Los Angeles. This amazing house was designed by Studio Shamshiri, one of the best design studios of LA.

The Prospect Hollywood by Martin Larence Bullard

Martyn Lawrence Bullard often seeks inspiration from the past for its works, rather than following particular updated trends. The results unravel into the top interior designer‘s unique style that is easily identified and also highly coveted. So, when PRG Hospitality Group announced plans to open a boutique hotel in Los Angeles’ Whitley Heights, Bullard was a natural choice.

 

SLS Hotel at Beverly Hills by Philippe Starck

The SLS is LA excess at its best, no surprise given the team behind it—nightlife wunderkind Sam Nazarian, design godfather Philippe Starck, and star chef Jose Andres. The resulting $230 million project exploded onto the scene in 2009 with an Alice in Wonderland pool deck of giant-sized planters and mismatched life-sized frames (all the better to line up that paparazzi shot). The dark whimsy of the common spaces—acrylic taxidermy and rococo mismatched chairs—contrasts with the clean lines of the futuristic rooms, all chrome and leather, mirror and fur.

 

Viceroy Santa Monica by Kelly Wearstler 

Kelly Wearstler’s rococo touch made this hotel an overnight star when it opened in 2002, and its design still looks as fresh as the day it opened. Emerald, white and black lacquer, mirror-upon-marble-upon-mirror, and updated retro touches—a foo dog lamp here, a chinoiserie table there—feel delicious, indulgently over the top.

 

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