A pinnacle of splendour and ultra exclusivity, 924 Bel Air Rd is a stunning 38,000 sq. ft. elite luxury residence with 17,000 sq. ft. of entertainment decks encapsulating an astonishing array of amenities and bespoke items from around the world. Meticulously curated over 4 floors, this exquisite residence deliver an unimaginable indoor/outdoor nirvana enhanced by unobstructed 270-degree views spanning from the mountains all the way to the ocean and across the incredible Los Angeles skyline in-between. This extraordinary home was created for billionaires with an emphatic supposition of modern luxury.
Located in the confines of ultra-exclusive Bel Air Enclave, this triumphant marvel includes two master suites, 10 oversized VIP guest suites, 21 luxury bathrooms, three gourmet kitchens, five bars, a massage studio/wellness spa, state-of-the-art fitness center, 85-foot glass tile infinity swimming pool, 40-seat 4K Dolby Atmos Theater, four-lane bowling alley/lounge, sprawling auto gallery with cars valued at more than $30 million, seven-person full time staff, over 100 curated art installations, an outdoor hydraulic pop-up theater, two fully-stocked champagne/wine cellars, massive assorted candy wall and the most advanced home tech system in the country.
With a razor-sharp attention to detail and a jaw-dropping design, 924 Bel Air Road is a playground of creative impulse and stylistic allure guaranteed to ignite every sense from the natural beauty of the surrounding California landscape seen from every room. Built to exceed the demands of the super wealthy, this home delivers on the promise of the most amazing man-made achievements of art and architecture ever built for those that want and desire the best of everything that exists in life.
The large-scale representation of the legendary German camera made by artist Liao Yibai is striking in detail. The hand-welded polished stainless sculpture is intricately crafted and rendered in superb accuracy. The framework was constructed from a combination of wood, wire and clay, molded and given shape through careful consideration and research of each mechanism’s visual characteristics. Gleaming in brilliant silver, Bruce Makowsky added a handcrafted leather strap to complement Yibai’s metallic texture. The sculpture was featured in the Los Angeles flagship Leica Store, valued at one million dollars. It was purchased by Makowsky and positioned into the home with the use of cranes.
The Seven Dwarfs by Dominic Harris are featured in a set of high-resolution flat video panels licensed by Walt Disney Company, in an impressive interactive installation that can be enjoyed by all. These eight pieces offer a unique opportunity to interact with each distinct character, removing them their collective setting and allowing for engagement with signature personality traits. Using a combination of technologies, including complex logic based software systems, Harris has created an artwork that allows the viewer to directly effect and engage with each of the characters.
Based out of Music City, Rock Royalty Custom Guitars is a luxury design house dedicated to manufacturing the finest and most opulent custom guitars in the world. Combining optimal musical performance with fine aesthetic beauty, Rock Royalty skillfully engineers designs that focus on jewel-encrusted guitar hardware and accessories. Rock Royalty Custom Guitars designs incorporate only the finest gemstones, precious metals, and exotic materials. Production is extremely limited as all designs are handmade in our Nashville studio.
The Hermes Equateur Blanket is 100% cashmere and hand-embroidered with fine beads and pearls. This luxurious blanket has been encased between starfire glass panels with custom-made standoffs.
Imagine a childhood game of pinball mixed with your favorite Veuve Clicquot champagne and voila! This whimsical art piece attracts young and old with the playful design and intriguing functionality. The champagne pinball machine stands tall in the lower level, where entertainment is priority.
A childhood fascination with creating objects out of nuts, bolts, scrap metal and wood evolved into an intensely energetic creative drive. Gale Hart began her career with an enduring passion to compile components into a whole. A narration characterized by humor, angst, and sarcasm presents itself through a constantly evolving cast of characters.
Hart’s aggressive sculptures include spiked skateboards, bullets and a variety of guns. The visual language remains constant – narrative composition, ordered geometry and chromed color choices. Found objects continue to hold limitless possibilities and appeal, validating the instincts that launched Hart’s creative career. She seamlessly marries incongruent materials creating mirthful yet perplexing personages.
These impressive gas cans and fire extinguishers date back to 1892 which a rich history. The copper and gold combination looks ravishing on these metal pieces in the car gallery.
For more than 35 years, Tonino Lamborghini has been dedicated to the most exclusive luxury markets and aimed to emphasize the essence of the brand: design, innovative style, Italian flair together with the legend of a timeless heritage. The added touch of our favorite city names with the luxe clocks helps us remember what time it is across the globe.
Displayed is this vibrant Hobie Cat that stands tall by the infinity pool. Hobart Alter’s focus changed in 1961 to designing an easily beached fiberglass catamaran from surfboards.
Atop the roof sits an art installation like no other – the original Airwolf helicopter. The deactivated Bell 222A helicopter was the main character on the hit TV series “Airwolf,” which ran from 1984 to 1987. The show revolved around the high-tech military helicopter, codenamed Airwolf, and her crew as they undertook myriad perilous missions.