Via Curbed LA: Architect Rob Wellington Quigley's award-winning Beverly Hills work is now on the market. The wood and concrete estate is situated on almost three acres of property within North Beverly Park, the guard-gated community that Sylvester Stallone also calls home. Quigley's compound comprises an astronomical 13,081 square feet of indoor space, part of which is occupied by seven bedrooms and twelve bathrooms. Angular motifs, clean lines, and plentiful wood-framed windows make the building a compelling and refreshing place to call home. Of course, it doesn't hurt that the mansion also has a screening room, three indoor fireplaces, and a 1,000 square-foot gym, sauna, and massage room. The main structure is accompanied by a two-story guest house and a separate pool house with a guest apartment, which is conveniently located by the pool, spa, and basketball court.
While this property has won one merit award from the American Institute of Architects, its architect has received over 60. Quigley has been a leader in sustainable residential and commercial design and has created several LEED-certified buildings.
The Beverly Hills home's vast size doesn't render it the most sustainable -- either environmentally or economically -- of Quigley's works, but it is an intriguing and stylish property. It is currently listed at $25,000,000.