In the old-money-obsessed 1980s, Mario Buatta was one of the go-to designers for the rich and famous. His love of English country decorating and glossy floral fabrics earned him the title ?The Prince of Chintz.?
Moby's Beachwood Canyon castle is filled with art from friends, midcentury furniture, vintage globes and cameras and his own photos -- some from his 'Innocents' show at Project Gallery.
Heather Ashton, who recently updated the Sixty Beverly Hills hotel, incorporates her travels and a sense of humor in her apartment decor.
The 1921 home where playwright Bertolt Brecht once lived is renovated and gets a modern addition focused on indoor-outdoor living.
A couple's 1953 Brentwood ranch house gets a sleek Midcentury Modern look after a makeover creates an open floor plan and makes the interior look more spacious.
Architect Zoltan Pali evicted the 'seven dwarfs' look and simplified the design with clean lines and open spaces.
Over the past 27 years, attorney Brian Brandt has dedicated himself to personal injury trial work, representing the victims of some of the most catastrophic accidents in the region. Brandt has won hundreds of millions of dollars in verdicts, and he continues to set records through a number of notable settlements and verdicts. In 2013, for example, Brandt was lead trial counsel for the legal team that won the largest wrongful death verdict in California’s history — a $150 million recovery in Asam v. Ortiz. This result was also the largest personal injury verdict in California as well as the second largest motor vehicle accident verdict in the nation for that year. “A...