A Look Inside Philippe Rousselin’s Architectural View Home in Pacific Palisades

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Architectural View Home :: Photography by David Archer

A blending of the timeless California design of indoor/outdoor sixties architecture, and a recent complete remodel and decor from the gifted eye of Owner/Partner of the Diva Group in Beverly Hills, “A leading destination of luxury lifestyle”, this single level house delivers what everyone desires. Immersed by quintessential views of the Pacific coastline and bordering the Santa Monica mountains, this oasis offers an intuitive floor plan for entertaining as well as family living. The state of the art cooks kitchen connects seamlessly with the indoor and outdoor spaces including dining and living rooms merging a formal and informal vibe. The house is complete with four bedroom environments, including a rejuvenating master bedroom suite tucked in the back for privacy with views beyond the pool. Here’s a look inside.

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