My Favorite Room | Nolan Lambroza
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My Favorite Room | Nolan Lambroza

My Favorite Room | Nolan Lambroza
Multi-platinum producer-songwriter Nolan Lambroza (a.k.a Sir Nolan) in his custom recording studio in Encino, Calif. (Robert Gourley / For The Times) (Robert Gourley / For The Times)
My Favorite Room | Nolan Lambroza
Multi-platinum producer-songwriter Nolan Lambroza (a.k.a Sir Nolan) in his custom recording studio in Encino, Calif. A piano inside Labroza’s studio is ready to record. Two microphones sit on stands over the strings. (Robert Gourley / For The Times) (Robert Gourley / For The Times)
My Favorite Room | Nolan Lambroza
Multi-platinum producer-songwriter Nolan Lambroza (a.k.a Sir Nolan) in his custom recording studio in Encino, Calif. Vintage and modern keyboards sit in custom-made wall mounts in Lambroza’s studio. (Robert Gourley / For The Times) (Robert Gourley / For The Times)
My Favorite Room | Nolan Lambroza

A microphone setup sits ready to record inside a soundproof room.

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My Favorite Room | Nolan Lambroza

A ray gun-styled cork gun sits on a couch-side table. 

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My Favorite Room | Nolan Lambroza

Lambroza says he is a fan of “Rick and Morty,” an animated comedy show on “Adult Swim.” A book of “Rick and Morty” art sits on the coffee table of his studio. 

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My Favorite Room | Nolan Lambroza

A bone box inlaid with intricate designs sits on top of a mini-fridge in Lambroza’s studio. He says he got the box when he went to Nick Jonas’ and Priyanka Chopra’s wedding in India.

 

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My Favorite Room | Nolan Lambroza

his candle, and several more like it, fill Lambroza’s studio with the smell of sandalwood. The designs were made by an artist he likes.

 

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My Favorite Room | Nolan Lambroza

Lambroza holds a skateboard adorned with his nickname, Sir Nolan.

 

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My Favorite Room | Nolan Lambroza

After years working in lifeless “cave dungeon” studios with no windows or sunlight, Lambroza decided to renovate the master bedroom of his 3,583-square-foot Encino home into a bright and breezy recording studio, with sliding doors leading to a lush backyard.

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