Nalin here,

You all know the saying “Don’t throw stones in a glass house”. Well here I present to you an actual glass house. This house is 7500 sq ft located at 1169 Loma Linda Drive in Beverly Hills, CA. The house, designed by architect/artist Ed Niles,  has 6 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, 6 car garage, infinity edge pool, courtyards, expansive views, but most importantly top notch styling. I personally could not live in this house, but I really do love the style. The house is listed for $11,900,000 or can be rented for $50,000/month. Not many pictures were on the listing so see more of the house at the home’s website.

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  • Daniel

    Interesting, in a “living in a particle accelerator” sort of way.




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  • Marcus

    Wow…. I do not like very many contemporary home but every now and then one comes along and this house is amazing! This is hands down the most incredible contemporary home I have ever seen. The home’s web site has so many pictures that are just unbelievable.

    I only question I have is how many gallons of Windex do you think they use in a year?




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  • Barney

    Hey Guys…….I eat, sleep, and breathe mid-century modern & contemporary here, buuuuuut, while this house is eye-poppingly amazing, I honestly don’t know if I could live in it either, Nalin. Admittedly, EVERYthing about the place is magnificent……it’s design, exectution, geometry, materials, construction, the INCREDIBLE amount of natura light. However, it’s JUST the wrong side of “too modern/high-tech/commercialized/industrialized & impersonal” for me. While I will always be nuts about everything modern, this place just has a commercial appearnce & feel to it….it reeeeally needs to me made more “human scale” with some warmer, natural materials, that actually relate to a an actual domestic, not commercial, cold space. Know what I mean?




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    • Nalin

      haha yea. i thought it looked like an airport terminal, or the facebook headquarters




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      • Stewie

        Agreed. It’s a bit too much modern for my liking too




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        • Stewie

          Views are incredible though and its definitely cool to look at, but personally I wouldn’t want to live there




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  • Grrrowler

    ^^^ What they both said. I couldn’t have said it better. Nahlin, “airport terminal” is exactly what I thought when I looked at the interior.




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  • Chance

    This definitely looks more like a tech companies headquarters than a house, with that being said I like the design but I don’t think I could live there, to much like an office and a warehouse.




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  • Nalin

    the house is definitely more usable as artwork than as a home. but anyways, just enjoy the design.




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  • george

    2nd on my list “most ugly modern mansions”….




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  • Barney

    Eye Yi Yi, George………”2nd Most”?! LOL…….C-mon, I can think of one whole Helluva’ LOT uglier places than this….like the “Mediterranean” nightmare that’s featured here in the past couple of days. This trainwreck is the worst interpretation of that genre on the outside, and the inside is actually worse. It’s ALL heavy-duty Louis the THIRTY-SECOND :-), and the vast majority of it looks like a Vegas whorehouse decorated by Elvis (while he was REEEEALLY high) in 1970! Now, THAT horror definitely ranks as the “2nd” most ugly! Check it out & lemme’ know if you agree.




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  • george

    if there is an evidence that elvis still is alive (and decorates mansions) than it is your mentioned mansion -:)…but elvis had a good taste (look at the young priscila -;)) so do not say anything against elvis taste!
    well, i am greek, so i LOVE mediterranean mansions most, so your mentioned mansion is surely not the most beautiful but it is nice (in some parts).

    this mansion is….well, let me say it in a sentence: you can rent this thing for 50 000 bucks /month…you habe to PAY me $ 50 000 per month to stay in this ugly trash…i mean what is the name of this mansion….”waste of resources”?!?!




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  • KEV

    Very well done for that style, not my cup of tea, however. I could see this style of home as a vacation home near a beach somewhere, where I might stay for a month out of the year, but the other eleven months of the year if I feel like walking naked from one end of the house to the other I’d rather not be arrested for indecent exposure. Living in a fishbowl is not for me…I can’t imagine anyone that could live there, actually.




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  • lo

    This is the strangest thing.. I have had a dream about a house over and over again it is always the same house and here I see pictures of that house!! FREAKY!! Very strange..




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