Site: The Hollywood Reporter Showhouse Part I / by Lynnea Schwieters

Vestibule by Robert AM Stern Months of planning and preparation - or just aweek for some (including myself!), came to a whirlwind conclusion at the unveiling of The Hollywood Reporter Show House at The Century - Los Angeles' newest highrise designed by Robert AM Stern Architects. The show house spans the 20th floor of 42-story elliptical building with panoramic views of the city. An A-list of LA-based interior designers showed off their talents, unveiling rooms of the finest designers lines and bespoke furniture. There were two units and so I broke my coverage into two parts. In the first unit, the vestibule was designed by Sterns team. He created a high impact space - zig-zag marble floors, high gloss lacquer walls and a trellis patterned ceiling. And I've eyed that decorative screen from Dragonette before...Everything was executed with the precision and  professionalism  


Living Room by Waldo Fernandez 

Just beyond the vestibule, Waldo Fernandez waved his magic wand in the Living Room. His design was fun and earthy - sofas were inspired by Jean Royere and were upholstered in a cozy teddy bear fabric. 

Kitchen by Kathryn Ireland 

Kathryn brought her no fuss, laid back vibe into the kitchen and breakfast area. She was also very gracious to loan a bench to me for my space (more on this later!) 

Master Bedroom by Joan Behnke The Master Bedroom, designed by Joan Behnke, and was a real delight. For me, her space spoke to her long standing success and her complex understanding of interior design. Every detail was considered and the custom plasterwork on the headwall by Artabellas was devine! 

Get your tickets to the showhouse today! Proceeds go to the Wallis Annenberg Center for Performing Arts.