Posted on 10 Apr
The Hollywood Reporter spotlights our stunning new architectural listing in Bel Air (2251 Linda Flora Drive), owned and designed by commercial producer David Tate. Inspired by the Richard Meier-designed Getty Museum, the 10,000-square foot home overlooking the 350-acre untouched Hoag Canyon, even features stone from the same quarry as the Getty travertine.
"They’re selling [the stone] at the museum in tiny blocks – instead, I got a houseful,” Tate told The Hollywood Reporter.
"Richard Meier is someone whose work I admire and respect," said Tate. "The Getty did give me inspiration, but mostly the design grew out of what I thought this property and location could provide."
Commenting on the scale and design of the home, situated on an extraordinary 3.2 acre property, The Agency's President and Co-founder said, "The volumes of this house are staggeringly impressive, and yet David’s design is both sophisticated and elegant."
Learn more about 2251 Linda Flora Drive on The Hollywood Reporter here.
For more photos and listing information, go here.