Glass and Steel Factory Home

33583 Mulholland Hwy., Malibu, CA 90265

Because why wouldn’t you want to spend $9.2 million to live in a home that looks like some kind of factory from a futuristic movie, or maybe a mega-church’s building?

33583 Mulholland Hwy., Malibu, CA 90265

The architecture is definitely unique, but the interiors are a bit too sterile for my tastes.

33583 Mulholland Hwy., Malibu, CA 90265

Interesting decor in what I’m assuming is the kid’s bedroom.

33583 Mulholland Hwy., Malibu, CA 90265

33583 Mulholland Hwy., Malibu, CA 90265

I do like the simplicity of the pool though. Just a clean blue rectangle on a trimmed lawn, with a great view. That’s my kind of relaxation.

Found by: Emerald63

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4 Comments on "Glass and Steel Factory Home"

  1. The combination of “factory home” and first picture gave me an immediate vision of this entire building hoisted up on one of those mega-number-of-wheel beds trucking in over road.

    BWHAAAAWWNK! BWHAAAAWWNK!

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  2. If I had 10 million to spare, it would be mine. I’m nuts about this place!

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  3. It looks too institutional to me. There’s just nothing cozy about the place. I’d have trouble undressing in the bedroom with all those windows. Also, what’s up with the picture of a stripper in the kid’s bedroom?

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  4. I think I’d be OK to spend time here the same way I would spend time at a spa retreat – someplace to get away for a while, do some guided meditation, have daily massages, and just sit by the pool “gettin’ my head together.” But living here… not sure I could swing it. It’s so… clean. And it doesn’t look like you could mess up anything, leave anything lying around, that wouldn’t completely blow the feeling it’s meant to convey. While it’s beautiful in it’s own way, and being there for a relatively short time might be relaxing, in the long run I gotta have a place I can have a bit of “lived in” look to. Otherwise, I’d got batty pretty quickly.

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