Floor-to-ceiling glass, concrete planes and towering 16ft-ceilings bring the drama to the brutalist Los Angeles home of Oscar-winning director Kathryn Bigelow.
The two-acre compound in Beverly Hills Post Office comprises a main house, three-car garage with studio above, and a separate poolside guest house – all with canyon views. Loft-like living spaces are outfitted with concrete finishes, huge swathes of glass, exposed beams and hardwood floors that create a soft industrial vibe across the interiors.
On the lower level, the showstopper is the master bedroom suite, secreted in its own wing. It features a lofted lounge area, cedar sauna, bathroom and walk-in closet, and a towering floor-to-ceiling concrete fireplace that emphasises the room’s volume.
The Los Angeles property also has a covetable home library fitted with floor-to-ceiling bookshelves, and a media lounge with a high-tech projector system, wet bar and more floor-to-ceiling glass. Landscaped grounds house a swimming pool with a built-in spa, accessed via a stone staircase off from the living room, dining room and kitchen areas.
The Zero Dark Thirty director’s Beverly Hills home has been on-and-off the market a number of times since 2018 and is currently listed with Tyrone McKillen and of Compass.