Meyer Architecture has completed the renovation and expansion of an historic Neo-Georgian Estate in Beverly Hills. The 14,500 s.f. residence, which was taken down to its studs, bespeaks quiet refinement and includes formal gardens and outbuildings, each detail of which contributes to the property’s overall elegance.
Meyer Architecture has opened up the interior spaces, admitting an abundance of natural light and increasing the square footage by over 4,000, an addition so seamless it is virtually impossible to distinguish new construction from old. To insure accurate historic styling, Meyer Architecture book-matched marble in Italy to specifications captured in digital photos of the original slabs. Utilizing molds made of original period hardware, new pieces were replicated and then nickel-plated for an elegant effect. Intricate moldings, detailed ceilings, and ornamental wall elements shape spaces with a subtlety and grace that epitomizes Meyer Architecture’s historic renovation work.
In the expansive gardens, mature Sycamore trees and a lush palette of plant materials were chosen to ensure privacy and compliment the architecture.