At 1200 Club View Drive in Los Angeles, leading to Beverly Hills, stands Beverly West Residences, a luxurious complex that alters the dynamic skyline of the city. An exclusive tower with just 35 suites, offering great views of the city, from Bel Air to the Hollywood Hills and the ocean. In the western zone of LA, these are the apartments with the highest price per square foot, constructed by Emaar Properties, already the owners of the famous Burj Khalifa and the Dubai Mall. The interiors are enhanced by the sartorial solutions and Made in Italy of MisuraEmme, chosen as an ideal partner thanks to the company’s versatility, systems and bespoke solutions. The firm based in Mariano Comense, in the Italian furniture district, has furnished the five penthouse apartments, from the 18th to the 22nd floor. Each unit covers an entire floor, with an area of over 760 sqm. The rooms are flooded with light thanks to large windows, a feature a contemporary style that becomes unique thanks to works of art, refined finishes and custom décor solutions.
The apartments contain some of the brand’s most famous products, with the following systems: Urban for the living area by Iriam Bettera, Crossing and Tao designed by the architect Mauro Lipparini. The furnishings bring a sense of visual lightness, while reinventing the classic concept of the bookcase, designing the walls thanks to many shelves and levels.
In the bedroom zone the protagonist is Palo Alto, the walk-in closet designed by Gianni Borgonovo, which can be used as a closet or a wardrobe, an ideal microcosm in which to organize clothing and other storage needs. The spaces are completed with the London, Narcisse, Milano and First wardrobes, with fine wood grain and multiple finishes, some of which have been created precisely to meet the requirements of the demanding owners of these penthouses.
Ottaviano Borgonovo, co-owner of MisuraEmme, emphasizes the prestige of the contract for Beverly West Residences: “We are proud to be a partner in the project of one of the buildings that symbolizes a new habitat trend in this area of Los Angeles, where vertical living is increasingly in demand. Those who choose this type of structure are also in tune with the latest trends in décor, and want to have products that are epitomize a custom lifestyle.”