Originally concepted and crafted by Matthew Leizer for Robby Krieger of The Doors, this ultra-private, gated oasis is a hidden gem of mid-century modern architecture. Nestled on nearly 1.5 acres of Bel Air landscape, the property boasts breathtaking views of the Pacific and the Gettty. The hexagonal-shaped residence has been thoughtfully rebuilt, restored and reimagined by Brown Design Group. A fusion of bespoke craftsmanship and distinctive geometric shapes creates a space devoid of right angles with vignette views and bold prisms of light. Evoking the chic earthiness of the era and an effortless indoor-outdoor lifestyle, this showpiece turned sanctuary features tonal and organic colors, disappearing walls, vaulted corked ceilings, a walnut Miele kitchen, Terrazzo floors and dual spacious closets in the master suite. History roams the halls, landing above the earthenware fireplace and featuring an original frieze interpretation of The Doors. With a courtyard pool, bar, hot tub, built-in entertaining spaces and mediation garden, the residence caters to any mood.