Observe the Effects

2100 Sunset Plaza Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90069

I’m sure that the recreation that takes place in this room is limited to the enjoyment of strictly legal substances.

Interesting that the very next photo features Avatar. I wonder if the plot becomes actually interesting after enjoying the room above?

2100 Sunset Plaza Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90069

For your $10 million you don’t just get the drug cave and the viewing room… you also get your very own observatory?

2100 Sunset Plaza Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90069


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3 Comments on "Observe the Effects"

  1. I can’t imagine that the atmosphere over LA is ideal for astronomy, especially with the billows coming out of the hooka room.

  2. Nice place, though I cannot understand why they would paint the ceiling beams the same color as the ceiling. A lovely house with a complete monochrome blah of a ceiling makes me sad. Zillow estimates 7.4 M and rising, which I think would probably be a bit more accurate. They have apparently been trying to sell this place for quite a while.

  3. Emerald63 | April 1, 2013 at 5:54 PM |

    You must be paying for the view of LA, ’cause you sure ain’t paying for the view of the house. Blah, blah, and more blah. One of the most graceless exteriors I’ve ever seen and the interior isn’t far behind.

    Who the heck chose those windows? Bland doesn’t begin to cover them, although I wish something would. The black outlining of that beautiful view makes it all look like a kid’s coloring book. Talk about minimalist detailing, and not in a high art, modernist way, either.

    There’s a serious lack of detailing in this whole place. Not quite as bad in the kitchen, except for the cold, hard colors and materials. What’s with the nicely arched ceiling in the master bedroom, complete with recessed lighting, yet the crappy, unappealing TV installation? C’mon, folks – for $10M one expects some nifty hidden job with remote controlled doors to make it available only when you want to watch something. I’ve seen hospital TVs more attractively displayed.

    For a whole lot of money spent the architects and/or builders sure didn’t come up with anything near worthy of overlooking that view. Sad, really.


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