Kanye West has spent a lot of time off the grid lately. In fact, ever since he bought his vast, mostly rural $ 14 million farm in Wyoming in 2019, you have made Yeh spatial solitude an integral part of his creative process. (See also: Her temporary pied-sauce-ter under Mercedes-Benz Stadium.) But after a whirlwind album cycle and her pending divorce from Kim Kardashian West, it looks like she’s ready to go back to where she is. A আব 57.3 million concrete dwelling designed by Pretzer Prize-winning Japanese architect Tadao Ando, which sits quietly among two other properties on the Malibu coast.
According to Dart.com, you bought the house কয়েকটি a few designed by Endo in the United States িতে in an off-market deal from its previous owner, Richard Sachs, probably the most widely known financier for dating Ashley Olsen in 2017, who commissioned home renovations. The home has three levels which include a public area with guest bedroom, living room and kitchen and a top floor suite that offers The Last Unicorn-A plane view of the crashing waves below. Of course, such was Twitter Quickly indicates, .3 57.3 million certainly seems costly for a house of very low privacy, its 5,700 square feet of space hitting the edge of a public road and just above neighboring houses, with no yardage to speak of. Nevertheless, as DART reports, it has still been given the second highest number for a Malibu home this year.
Although much shrunk, the sculptural space is still evidence of the West’s long-standing taste for artistic (or, depending on your taste, volatile) minimalism. An Ando by the sea, which Japan no doubt reminiscent of the architect of the Japanese island of Naoshima, he thinks of Kardashian as the natural heir to the deep-seated Calbass Palace, which you once described as the “Belgian monastery of the future.” Fortunately, the family home, now designed in collaboration with the now-separated couple Axel Verwardt, is just 30 minutes away from the new excavation. And since no picture of its interior is available online, we just have to believe that it feels – or will feel as much as Kanye has always imagined inside. “We need to build a house,” he recalled this publication last year, “where each room is a [James] Turrell ”- warm, sparse, boundless. As architect Jack Walters explains, “Kanye talks a lot about how our places are so chaotic. What do all these things mean for our mental health? How different would we be if we lived in a place where we could actually think and focus and be clear? Whenever you find yourself on the beach, now seems like a good time to hit his friend (and Malibur resident) Jonah Hill for some surf lessons. Do you feel like the ultimate cure for illness?