Gardenhouse embraces the notion that architecture and nature, when thoughtfully choreographed, can redefine the feeling of home and inspire us to live better. Ma Yansong’s much-anticipated architectural debut in America, Gardenhouse is a tribute to Beverly Hills that simultaneously reinvents its essence in modern, contemporary form.
Reflecting on a time when nature was woven into every aspect of daily life, Gardenhouse epitomizes a modern-day village where private and public spaces are curated with detail, style and simplicity. Here, residents are granted the chance to live more fully and harmoniously in seamless coexistence with nature and architecture—a careful orchestration meant to captivate, enlighten and inspire.
Reminiscent of the lush hillside that provides the iconic backdrop of Beverly Hills, the sculptural facade of Gardenhouse is the canvas for the largest living wall in the country. Comprised of native plants and succulents that transform with the seasons, creating a living, ever-evolving art piece, the living wall is intelligently designed to block out the sounds of the city while both drawing in and filtering the warm California sunlight.
At the center of Gardenhouse is a reflecting pool, an homage to the natural springs in Beverly Hills that first brought the community together, that mirrors the sky and materiality overhead. The residences, meticulously sited to ensure privacy, encircle a central, open-air atrium where a lush canopy of trees and a secret garden offer an unparalleled sense of seclusion.
Constituting a modern-day village, Gardenhouse’s residences provide the space and privacy of a signature custom home, yet offer all the benefits of a boutique residential community—including effortless lock-and-leave living. Among the comforts and benefits are residential concierge service, direct lift access to each resident and private subterranean parking. Gardenhouse provides an inspired enclave where residents can luxuriate in absolute privacy or venture out to enjoy the arts, culture and lifestyle of Beverly Hills.
Perched on the upper levels of Gardenhouse, the Sky Villas feature soaring ceiling heights, floor-to-ceiling windows and signature sculptural staircases connecting the lower and upper floors. These two-story, three-bedroom penthouses boast abundant natural light, exquisite gathering spaces and expansive views across the city.
The Sky Villas are beautifully appointed residences with spacious interior living spaces that open to generous outdoor living areas and private terraces. The exteriors, clad in a stunning architectural facade of aluminum composite panels, reinterpret the classical proportions of each Sky Villa in a contemporary aesthetic. Each Sky Villa features a private foyer with direct lift access from the lobby and subterranean parking garage.
The Garden Flats
The Garden Flats are centered around the outdoor living experience, with a thoughtful balance between tall windows and gallery walls fit for an extensive art collection. Configured generously on a single level, these residences boast three bedrooms and ample space for dining and entertaining.
Featuring open-plan living and unobstructed spaces, the Garden Flats transition effortlessly from interiors to private balconies and terraces which open onto the interior courtyard. The homes feature direct lift access to a private entry foyer from the lobby and subterranean parking garage.
Row House Collection
An exclusive trio of residences on Charleville Boulevard, the Row House Collection is thoughtfully designed to feature unique, three-story floor plans directly accessible from their own private three-car garages. Adding to the level of luxury are spacious private masters, fireplaces, powder rooms, formal and informal living spaces and upper-level great rooms with chef’s kitchens and walk-in pantries.
Showcasing seamless indoor-outdoor design, the Row Houses feature a variety of outdoor living spaces, including terraces and balconies. Exteriors feature a sleek, modern aesthetic, sheathed in architectural aluminum composite panels. Each home has a Charleville Boulevard address and a private lift that takes residents from their private subterranean garage to the residential floors above.