Go Inside a $56 Million Bel Air Home
Taking the shape of a three-winged propeller, take a tour of a living work of art
Written by Annie Caminiti
Built by female developer Duangpatra "Dang" Bodiratnangkura, in collaboration with architect Zoltan Pali, the Los Angeles real estate market welcomes a first-of-its-kind three-story structure that takes the shape of a three-winged propeller. The unique structure is wrapped in three types of glass: mirrored, translucent and clear, resulting in a sleek and stylish exterior. This architectural achievement by world-renowned architect Zoltan Pali is uniquely situated to maximize unobstructed views, spanning across the downtown skyline to the Pacific Ocean. Named the Orum Residence and located at 11490 Orum Road, Bel Air, California, the home is perched atop a private double-gated promontory of the legendary Bel Air community and was designed to be a living piece of art.
Luxury additions to the already sophisticated design include a wine room featuring 1,000 bottles of the finest wine, a cedar sauna, a gym, a home theater, an LED-lit pool and spa, an elevator and two outdoor fire pits. As if style wasn’t enough, an automation system run by touch screen panels synced to the lights, air conditioning, televisions, sound and motorized sliding doors makes livability at an all time high.
To learn more about a dynamically designed piece of art (that you can actually live in), reach out to Aaron Kirman, Louis Evans and Taylor Nakaki of Aaron Kirman Partners at Compass.