Components in these top-of-the-line home-entertainment systems have an aesthetic all their own.
A home in the california countryside takes 20 years to design and build—and the architecture and technology become more modern in the process
In 1987, the owner of this house—an avid art collector and owner of a drywall company—purchased 42 acres to grow citrus in an agricultural community north of Los Angeles. Postmodern architecture was all the rage at the time, so the owner hired Zoltan E. Pali to design a Georgianstyle residence. The young architect, who happened to be a disciple of the Case Study modernists, was just starting out on his own and couldn’t afford to decline the commission. “It’s sort of like young people when they are dating,” he says. “I was idealistic enough to think I could change him.”
Authentic Art Deco style pairs with elite technology to provide the ultimate home theater in a totally renovated Southern California estate.