In collaboration with Tiffany & Co., musical superstar and pop culture icon Beyoncé has rented out a lavish $42 million Bel Air mansion for her newest campaign.
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Beyoncé, singer songwriter and pop culture icon, has recently made news with her newest campaign in collaboration with Tiffany & Co. In the photoshoot, she became the fourth woman in the world to wear a 128.54-carat yellow gem. Since its release, the advertisement has become controversial due to the diamond’s colonial origins as well as the use of a never-before-seen Jean-Michel Basquiat “Equals Pi” print rendered in Tiffany Blue. Nonetheless, the project began with benevolent intentions as Tiffany promises to donate $2 million to scholarship and internship programs for historically black academic institutions.
While Beyoncé and Tiffany set out to highlight an extravagant $30 million diamond necklace, the mansion where the campaign was shot showcased its own luxurious nature. Located in the Bel Air neighborhood of Los Angeles, the expansive mansion was designed by the award-winning architect, Zoltan Pali. The lavish home was completed in December of 2018 and listed at $56 million. In May of this year, the price was reduced to $42 million. Pali states, “Given its prominent positioning above a relatively developed neighborhood, the motivation behind the design of the home was to create a residence that could meld into its surroundings while maximizing views.”
The bedazzling Bel Air spread spans 18,850 square feet with the nine bedrooms and ten full baths. The three-story building is comprised of glass walls to give the illusion of an airy and floating atmosphere. Stepping inside, the sprawling mansion presents dual chef’s kitchens, living rooms, a 1,000-bottle wine room, a Dolby Atmos theater, and a wellness center. Decorative elements of the home consist of gold finishes, limestone from Portugal and Italy, and black and white marble imported Italy, Switzerland, Turkey, and China. Stepping outside, the exterior space offers a 6,000-square-foot space with shaded patios, lounging areas, fire pits, an LED-lit ozone pool, and a hot tub. Additionally, the 1.55-acre lot boasts a 30-car motor court, a four-bed guest house, and lush greenery.