Vanity Fair has a story about Taylor Swift and her home decor coming out soon, and several pieces of her home have been revealed. The most interesting one is a framed picture of Kanye West interrupting her acceptance speech at the 2009 VMA’s. Just awesome really.
Chris Brown takes us on his private jet, lands it, does some shows, hops on a boat, buys his boys rolexes, and much more in his new music video for “Home”.
Apparently someone has broken into Amy Winehouse’s home in London and stole her wedding dress from when she got married in 2007. Another designer dress was also stolen and they were both supposed to be auctioned off with proceeds going to the Amy Winehouse foundation. It’s crazy to think what some people will take for some extra cash, especially something with such sentimental value. Both dresses were expected to raise thousands of dollars for her foundation.
“Not even the home of Silicon Valley legend Steve Jobs has escaped a Bay Area-wide upswing in residential burglaries. But unlike a majority of those crimes, a suspect is in custody.”
“The deceased Apple co-founder’s home on Waverley Street in Palo Alto was burglarized July 17, said Santa Clara County Deputy District Attorney Tom Flattery, a member of the high-technology crimes unit.”
“More than $60,000 worth of “computers and personal items” were allegedly stolen, but Flattery declined to say whether they belonged to Jobs, who died last year at the age of 56, or another family member.”
Dr. Dre’s home gets filmed in Ice T’s new documentary “The Art of Hip-Hop”. It is a $13 Million home in Los Angeles and is the perfect fit for the man that single handedly owns the entire west coast movement. For now the most recent pics are the ones above and below, more to come we’re sure.
Here’s one of the coolest bachelor pads we’ve ever seen and it’s located down under in Australia. Full of a bunch of cool things like a spa and hot tub built into the floor. Here’s some more info…
Who says you can’t have a spa in small apartment? Apparently Weir Phillips Architects didn’t get the memo and created an entire home in Darlinghurst, New South Wales, Australia revolving around an in house spa.
This three bedroom apartment features plenty on incredible amenities including a retractable roof, concrete floor, indoor office, and of course the focal point; the spa and BBQ located on the first floor of the apartment making this an awesome bachelor pad. The jacuzzi features a large glass cover that is controlled by a reel that is also connected to a suspended lounge chair on the other end. _ Source
After seeing the movie Project X some teens in Texas decided to take their own party to an abandoned mansion and destroyed the entire place. When asked why they did this the only answer they had was… “Project X”. This movie is about parents leaving and teens throwing a huge party. Apparently these teens got a little too inspired. The house looked like a tornado ran through it, here’s some more images. For the entire news story click here.
Back in 2007 when Kevin Durant was drafted by the Seattle Supersonics he bought a home on Mercer Island. Well now that he’s been playing for the Oklahoma City Thunder for a while it’s time to sell that home. The listing price is $2.799 million and it is a 5,910 square foot, five bedroom, three bathroom house. Here’s some more pics of it. Click here for more information.
Drake sold some condos in Miami and is now living in Los Angeles at his new mansion which was $9 million. The place features 6 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, a tennis court, wine cellar, volleyball court, 24-seat theatre, and a 5-stall horse facility with a riding arena. Whoa.
For more pictures of Drake’s new place click here.
Usually we don’t post much about architectural art but I just came by this house on hypbeast and had to post it up. Have never seen a home like this, the guy who built it is an absolute genius. Here’s the description of it according to hypebeast.com.
“Los Angeles-based architect Michael Jantzen was dedicated to studying and creating sustainable architecture, prefabricated housing and CO2- neutral living situations long before the terms became hot-words of a newly incentivized crew of contemporary eco-friendly contractors. Jantzen, who studied under Richard Buckminster Fuller (a guru of ecological design-thinking) in the 1970s, has finally established himself as one of the greats through his “M-House.” Built from the M-vironment system – a wide variety of manipulatable components that can be connected in many different ways to a matrix of modular support frames – the M-House consists of a series of rectangular panels that are attached with hinges to an open space frame grid of seven interlocking cubes. Designed to function either as a single private vacation retreat or as a high-tech resort complex, the structure is entirely self sufficient, powered by alternative and sustainable energy sources such as the sun and the wind.”_Hypebeast.com