Banner Shakespeare Townhouse, 1926
Pacific Ready-Cut, Architects
This Hollywood townhouse, commissioned by Paramount in 1926, is one of eight artist lofts built by the studio for their writers and creative talent. The inspired space features a main living area with 18 ft. ceilings, floor to ceiling windows and a massive skylight that serves as counterpoint to the intimacy of the 3rd floor bedroom loft with it’s low pitched ceiling and platform bed.
Scott Lander reimagined this space with clean lines, a mix of Asian antiques, modern upholstery and warm, earthy paint and Japanese textiles. This space was featured in The Los Angeles Times Magazine and several books.