Tarryn Brodkin, from our Los Angeles showroom, and I went to see a project William Hefner is designing in Bel Air the other day. It’s a jaw-dropping affair of many, many square feet and acres of tawny limestone. We reviewed the lighting schedule and worked on some custom concepts.
Leaving the property and heading back home, we stopped to admire these spare remnants of an estate across the street. The large parcel had been scraped clean of all vestiges of the early 20th century house that once occupied the precincts, except for these 2 pairs of wrought iron gates and pier lights. They are fairly intact though one set has inexplicable jail-break like damage… why wouldn’t you just climb over the 4’ wall?