Luxury developer Bruce Makowsky has unveiled his masterpiece: a sleek, 38,000-square-foot home located in the ultra-exclusive Bel Air Enclave. Of course, this contemporary castle includes an array of amenities, including an infinity-edge pool, movie theater and helicopter pad.
The Old World-inspired exterior of this Bel Air guest home is pleasantly hidden beneath lots of lush greenery, making this space feel private and intimate. A clock on the stone wall gives it that French country feel.
The renovation of this Bel Air home in Los Angeles tried to preserve the handsome bones of the home while also updating and modernizing them. Here, half walls allow an easy flow in and out of the dining room and maintain an intimate feel.
This gourmet chef's kitchen opens up to a large family room, making the space the true heart of this Bel-Air, Calif., home. Traditional cabinets are paired with beautiful marble countertops, while a large center island provides plenty of extra counter space.
Centered around a white fireplace with classic moldings, an elegant, transitional living room is the perfect spot to relax in this Bel-Air, Calif., home. A comfortable sofa and chairs in creamy neutrals are paired with a tufted leather ottoman and wingback chair.
Soft blue walls set the scene for this open living area that combines the dining room, living room and kitchen, as well as a built-in desk to use as a home office. Architectural details, like the coffered ceiling and archways, bring traditional style to this Bel-Air, Calif., home.
This hilltop home and garden in Bel Air boldly pairs modern design with sustainable practices. As guests move from the courtyard to back of the house, they'll find various grasses, sculptural succulents and a grove of Eucalyptus trees -- all of which require little water and maintenance. Sansevieria plants introduce this idea in the clean, contemporary courtyard.
Credits: Architecture: John Corry; Landscape Contractor: Steven Z. Volski + Associates