The Stunning Dining Area From Art Collector’s Beverly Hills House
Los Angeles-based Studio William Hefner has taken cues from Californian modernism to complete this house for an art collector that overlooks Beverly Hills. The dining area of this house it’s huge and it is super luxurious and fun. This is why today Modern Dining Tables blog will present you this brilliant dining room area for you to get inspired for your own projects or even new house.
As you can see in these images, the dining room area is open to the garden, which gives an amazing feeling of freshness. Here, one dines surrounded by modern art paintings and looking towards a beautiful huge swimming pool.
Right next to the dining room, there’s also a space for the living room or the owner can hang out with his guests. There is more than one modern dining table and we love the combination of colours between the dining chairs.
Many features of the house are reminiscent of those found in mid-20th-century modernist homes. The architects created strong horizontal lines by partially extending the flat roofs from each of the volumes – some of these are cantilevered, while others rest on columns.
Another perspective from the brilliant dining room area. Here you can better understand how there is one dining table really inside the house and another one outside but still under a wooden roof.
Studio William Hefner was tasked to design the residence in Beverly Hills’ Trousdale Estate, following the client’s unsuccessful search for a mid-century modern home with a large enough wall space to hang the larger artworks in his collection. “[The client] had a dilemma: a long-time fan of mid-century modernism he had difficulty reconciling the humble proportions of that style with the need to house an extensive contemporary art collection, including several large-scale works,” said the architects.