All pictures Noel Kleinman
Los Angeles real estate development firm Alon Zakoot Design Studio, led by designer Alon Zakoot, in partnership with co-developer Michael Vaknin, has announced one of Southern California’s newest architectural marvels. : The Glass Ladies, a trio of meticulously designed and newly built buildings. -Steel-and-glass single-family home in Los Angeles’ Venice waterfront neighborhood. Inspired by San Francisco’s iconic Painted Ladies range, Venice’s Glass Ladies offers its own dramatic fusion of awe-inspiring vertical architecture with an all-glass modern exterior facade. Matches uniquely designed interiors to adorn each progressive framework of the home.
The first of the Glass Ladies trilogy, Lucia, Lady of Luxe, was recently hit the market for $6,200,000. Meaning “light” in Latin, the name Lucia represents the home’s bright and vibrant atmosphere while Luxe personifies its contemporary aesthetic with ultra-modern, chic interiors. important. Located at 840 California Ave, this 4,200 square foot, five-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bathroom home is one of the only new single-family homes in Venice on the market today.
“The Glass Ladies collection gives Venice something different from an otherwise boring modern box,” says Zakoot. “I wanted to make Venice figurative and literal. I built The Glass Ladies as a way to give Venice the beauty it deserves, despite its cramped location, where housing is increasingly limited and land is harder to come by.”
Forster Jones said: “The Glass Ladies is Venice effortlessly and iconic, with each unique design matching the vibrant vibe and cultural landscape of the rejuvenated and loved beach town this mark in its own special way. “These three geometric beauties form the fabric of a community that residents and visitors alike have loved for years.”
Lucia, Lady of Luxe shyly waved her guests upon arrival. Passing through the meticulously maintained garden of drought-resistant plants is a towering steel and glass entrance. Inside, a massive foyer resplendent with a mix of exotic patterns, textures, and colors. The formal living room serves as a showcase to welcome and entertain visitors with its luxurious fireplace, shimmering accent wall and sliding glass to the front yard. A formal dining room is sure to spark conversation with an attention-grabbing piece of art that turns into a staircase. The kitchen is expertly on-trend, with a double waterfall island, modern appliances, custom cabinets and access to the main floor indoor/outdoor lounge, plus additional seating at the bar. Additional features include a barbecue, a garage entertaining space, and a saltwater pool. Upstairs, there’s a wonderful bedroom, office and main suite with private balcony plus bathroom with vanity with two floating sinks, rain shower, separate tub and glowing pine windows. surrounded by mature palm trees in the distance. There is also a walk-in closet, a built-in storage wall, and a dressing partition.
The other bedrooms and bathrooms are furnished with the finest finishes and furnishings. On the lowest level are the base main suites with fireplaces and a distinctive outdoor living room with plant walls and open air. Other highlights include windows overlooking the delightful underwater pool and theater with built-in mini-bar and blackout curtains.
Lucia, Lady of Luxe, located at 840 California Ave. Venice, CA 90291 is listed by Sally Forster Jones of Compass for $6,200,000 million.