Posted on 30 Oct
Two new works of art were unveiled in one singular space, as the masterful display of design and craftsmanship at 1302 Collingwood Place played host to Lamborghini of Beverly Hills and the stunning, brand new Lamborghini Huracán LP610-4.
This Richard Landry designed masterpiece, financed by Jeff Franklin, creator of Full House, with interior architecture and design by Franco Vecchio, delivers a feeling of complete privacy while offering an endless capacity for enjoying the California lifestyle year round. From the Griffith Observatory, past Downtown, and all the way to the Getty Center, the entirety of LA is presented in a single unobstructed panorama that awed guests throughout the night.
The event featured food prepared by David Sutton Catering, hand-crafted cocktails by Patrón Tequila, and desserts from Lady M Confections. Stellar views were enjoyed by guests while admiring the design and understated power of the four Lamborghinis on display: Huracán LP610-4, Aventador LP 700-4, 1988 1/2 Countach, and the Super Trofeo Race Car.
See photos of the event below, and for more photos of the property itself, visit the 1302 Collingwood Place listing page.