By David A. Keeps Crowned by a weather vane in the shape of a grasshopper, this exotic garden room is part of Dawnridge, the fantastical Beverly Hills estate built by the legendary Hollywood designer Tony Duquette (1914-1999)
. Hutton Wilkinson, author of the new book on Duquette, "More Is More," writes that the structure is "one of the pavilions in the garden at Dawnridge that Tony built using plastic grillwork originally used to separate computer wires under office building floors." Despite the humble material, Wilkinson says, Duquette would have thought the result looks like 18th century Chinese tile. Welcome to the world of Tony Duquette. A designer of film and theatrical sets, movie star mansions, gardens, furniture, costumes and jewelry, he was also a conjurer, magically transforming plaster, paint, industrial materials, shiny discount store wares and mirrors into dazzling sculptures and exotic tableaux inspired by the storybook fantasies of his youth. Keep clicking to see more of Duquette's jaw-dropping designs featured in "More Is More."