A Glimpse Inside Mr. C’s Sophisticated, Minimalist Residences

Pepe Calderin

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Dark-hued, minimalist interiors embody Mr. C Residences, a boutique collection of chic residential units, designed by Marcello Pozzi, who also furnished the interiors of Mr. C Beverly Hills.

The brand released exclusive new photography (pictured), showcasing the interiors of the residences, which debuted in June of this year.

Mr. C Beverly Hills collaborated with renowned architect, Ray Kappe, who founded the Southern California Institute of Architecture, to design the exterior of the residences. Pozzi designed the interiors as a complement to the architecture, with a blend of Italian furnishings and mid-century American and Scandinavian accent pieces throughout.

As a tribute to the Cipriani heritage, contemporary photographs of Venice, Italy’s famous Rialto Bridge by Italian photographer Max Farina embellish the units.

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Glass windows and redwood and custom teak walls line five, four-story, suite-style residences––ranging from 1,900 square feet to 3,358 square feet––one of which is a temporary stay penthouse suite.

Through a private entryway, limestone flooring is integrated into the large entertainment room, equipped with a media center; while gray, modular sofas and white lounge chairs offer sophisticated seating.

Mr. C Residences

Glass doors open from the living space to an outdoor area, with an enclosed hot tub and a terrace surrounded by greenery.

Illuminated by Ricca Italian lights, unit number 1257 exclusively features a custom eight-foot Carrera marble bar.

An open-concept gourmet kitchen, dining, and living room allows for a seamless entertaining on the third floor. Stainless steel countertops and dark gray Bulthaup cabinets outfit the kitchen.

Mr. C Residences

In three of the units, a glass-enclosed dining room opens up with bi-folding windows for an indoor-outdoor ambience.

Encased in glass, wooden stairs––as well as the in-home elevator––lead upstairs.

Mr. C Residences

The master suite on the fourth floor features teak wall panels, flooring, cabinets, and closets, in addition to redwood ceilings.

Floor-to-ceiling teak framed by Italian Ricca lights creates a headboard for the custom-designed California king bed, which is set on a floating platform and adorned with crisp white bedding and gray accent pillows. A modern desk with a built-in plasma TV above it, as well as a black leather Paul Kjaerholm chaise lounge chair complement the bedroom.

Mr. C Residences

Every room is naturally lit and connects to an outdoor terrace, offering views from Century City to Hollywood Hills.

Spa-like bathrooms have a freestanding, white tub and a glass-enclosed shower with Fantini fixtures and are lined with custom limestone countertops, floors, and walls.

Images courtesy of Mr. C Residences

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