• {Reminiscent} of Richard Meier’s Getty Museum
  • {Reminiscent} of Richard Meier’s Getty Museum
  • {Reminiscent} of Richard Meier’s Getty Museum
  • {Reminiscent} of Richard Meier’s Getty Museum
  • {Reminiscent} of Richard Meier’s Getty Museum
  • {Reminiscent} of Richard Meier’s Getty Museum
  • {Reminiscent} of Richard Meier’s Getty Museum
  • {Reminiscent} of Richard Meier’s Getty Museum
  • {Reminiscent} of Richard Meier’s Getty Museum
  • {Reminiscent} of Richard Meier’s Getty Museum
  • {Reminiscent} of Richard Meier’s Getty Museum

    Reminiscent of Richard Meier’s Getty Museum

    Overlooking 350-acre untouched Hoag Canyon, and the surrounding scenery and privacy are unlike anything else in Los Angeles. Reminiscent of Richard Meier’s Getty Museum, the home is encased in beautiful Travertine stone.

    It features monumental scale and proportion, large disappearing glass doors and an organic and seamless indoor-outdoor flow. With 14-foot high ceilings and a 34-foot high central gallery with a roof-long skylight, this home is an art collector’s dream, and it was a challenge to mimic the beautiful daylight at night. Further it was very important for us to emphasize on the hight of the volume and to come up with a lighting concept that would illuminate all natural stone work as dramatic as possible.