New Renderings Reveal Interiors of MAD Architects’ Beverly Hills Residential Village

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New renderings released by developer Palisades have revealed the interiors of MAD Architects’ upcoming Beverly Hills residential village, the Gardenhouse.

With construction on the project well underway, the images show how the interior spaces, designed by Rottet Studio, will interact with the architecture created by MAD. Inspired by close-knit hilltop villages, the development at 8600 Wilshire Boulevard will feature 18 individual villas that look in onto a shared courtyard.

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The interior spaces will continue the clean, minimal design aesthetic of the exteriors, which feature white glass and a massive living green wall. Light wood floors, white cabinetry and a white marble kitchen island will all contribute to the feeling of airiness in each unit.

The renderings also show a lofted bedroom space that will occupy the full volume of the villa’s gabled roof.

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“The spaces will

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homage to the incredible building design while evoking the spirt of California living and residential modernism. The indoor and outdoor spaces will be fluid, allowing light to be captured in a way that feels expansive, bright and connected to its surroundings,” explain Palisades.

“The finishes selected pay tribute to the California heritage of woodworking and high-end design in a way that is intimate in feel and lavish in tone. This all-encompassing approach was conceived to provide a beautiful backdrop for the individual homes, while still maintaining its own distinct character.” 

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Learn more about the project in our previous post, here.
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