Designed by master architect, Rex Lotery, AIA, in 1959 and situated in the iconic Trousdale Estates, this mid-century masterpiece has been meticulously restored. Sparing no expense, design team Philippe Naouri and Eric Choi of Maison d’Artiste, in collaboration with Studio Tim Campbell, have fully reimagined this architectural treasure. Conceptualized for French actress Corinne Calvet in the 1950s and inspired by a chance meeting with Charlotte Perriand, Lotery pulled out every artistic stop in his design to honor and maintain mid-century minimalism. While he may never have imagined the modern luxuries that have been adapted to fill this artful space, he no doubt would approve of the current adaptation and precision of which has insured the integrity of the original design for years to come. 8,800 sqft of residential indulgence sitting on over half-an-acre of manicured landscaping inspired by Brazilian modernism, this home leaves no need unmet. Six bedrooms and eight bathrooms are surrounded by an abundance of amenities. A seamless kitchen, screening room, temperature controlled wine enclave, and zero-edge pool are among the indulgences that steep the energy of this space with modern luxury. The Calvet Residence offers the best of both worlds, historic and modern, which lends a living experience unparalleled by contemporary design.