Ricky Martin abre las puertas de su mansión en Beverly Hills
El artista mostró su nuevo hogar en detalle, junto a su novio y gemelos.
Ricky Martin abrió las puertas de su espectacular nueva mansión en Beverly Hills, la que comparte con su pareja Jwan Yosef y sus gemelos, Matteo y Valentino.
Según lo publicó la revista Architectural Digest, la residencia costó $13.5 millones de dólares. La pareja reveló que estaban indecisos entre vivir en Londres o Nueva York, pero tras pasar un mes en Los Ángeles, decidieron que allí tendrían su hogar permanente.
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After decades of globe-trotting, superstar @ricky_martin has traded in his nomadic existence to set up a house in Beverly Hills with artist @jwanyosef and their twin sons. “L.A. totally caught us off guard–we loved it,” says Yosef. After a marathon three-day house-hunting expedition the couple landed on a 3,000-square-foot home designed by acclaimed midcentury architect Gregory Ain in 1953, which has since been built out to an 11,000-square foot modern residence. “Even though the house had been greatly expanded over the years, we still wanted to respect its original vision–the clean lines, the openness, and the sense of calm,” Martin says. The couple enlisted #AD100 designer @nateberkus to give a solid foundation to the interiors. Get a closer look inside our February cover stars home through the #linkinbio Photo by @trevortondro; text by @mayer.rus; styled by @michaelreynoldsnyc
“There’s so much potential for crafting a vibrant, creative environment for our family,” @ricky_martin says of the newly designed L.A. home he shares with @jwanyosef and their twin sons. The home’s former yoga room has now been converted into an artist’s atelier for Yosef, and Martin has plans to build a recording studio on the property. As for Matteo and Valentino, the kids are looking forward to serious playtime in a tree house that has yet to be installed amid the branches of one of the gorgeous specimens that dot the estate. Get a look inside the home through the #linkinbio Photo by @trevortondro; design by @nateberkus; text by @mayer.rus; styled by @michaelreynoldsnyc
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