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Masterpiece Malibu Home

by ritasimpson August 2, 2012 Architecture

Sitting a top its private hill like a castle, on 5 private acres of gently rolling land, this Modern Buff and Hensman masterpiece is surrounded by the majestic Santa Monica Mountains and glorious Pacific Ocean views.

This is one of the most beautifully designed and detailed Malibu homes to come on the market in a long time. …

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Gates In Malibu, More Casual

by ritasimpson April 15, 2012 Architecture

Not since the 17th century have the homes of the rich been so amply fortified.

Fueled by homeowners’ increasing demands for privacy and security, a new generation of elaborate security gates are being installed around the country. A far cry from the lavishly decorated, overtly showy spectacles of the past, these barriers are designed to be …

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Landscape Art Ideas For Your Malibu Home

by ritasimpson April 3, 2012 Architecture

There is always something beautiful to add to your already gorgeous Malibu home, here some photos from LandArt to inspire you.

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Luxury In Malibu

by ritasimpson March 30, 2012 Architecture

Custom built Jonathan Stout design, using only the finest quality materials and finishings. This grand scale 7BR, 12 BA home has it all including: towering ceilings, a gourmet professional double kitchen, ultra luxurious master suite, generous guest rooms, a massive covered atrium for incredible indoor-outdoor entertaining, beautiful swimming pool and entertainment decks, home theater, gym …

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Malibu Architect Harry Gesner

by ritasimpson March 28, 2012 Architecture

In the world of architects, Malibu’s Harry Gesner is a legend — at 86 years old, still paddles on his knees to just past the wave break, where he has been known to sit for hours, meditating and seeking spiritual guidance.

A World War II hero and self-taught architect, Gesner  was environmentally conscious long before it …

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