Cole Residence

Nestled on a serene hilltop adjacent to the iconic Getty Center, this stunning Brentwood residence epitomizes luxury and modern design. Developed by renowned home-furnishings mogul Evan Cole, the 1,400-square-meter house harmonizes perfectly with the Getty's renowned architecture. The house, designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen, features travertine marble cladding sourced from the same Italian quarry used for the Getty Center, ensuring a seamless aesthetic integration with its surroundings.

The residence boasts six bedrooms, including two primary suites and a separate mother-in-law suite, alongside an array of luxurious amenities. Frameless glass sliding doors throughout the home offer unobstructed views of Los Angeles, enhancing the feeling of openness and connection to the outdoors. The expansive roof deck, gym with panoramic views, and a spa with a sauna and massage room further amplify the sense of opulence and comfort.

The meticulous attention to detail is evident in the choice of materials, with solid oak doors, Murano lighting, and acoustic wood panels sourced from Europe. The kidney-shaped pool, which cantilevers over the hillside, adds a dramatic touch to the property, creating a perfect blend of modernity and natural beauty.

Evan Cole’s vision was to create a dwelling that was not only a home but a harmonious extension of the Getty Center. His deep industry connections and eye for quality have culminated in a residence that stands as a testament to thoughtful design and luxurious living.