Cipriani is a name that evokes feelings of delicious food, old-world style, and the gold standard of Italian luxury. Their hotel, Mr. C in Beverly Hills, is no exception. Mr. C has been around for over six years continuing the Cipriani legacy. Most recently, they have unveiled the Mr. C Residences, a collection of five four-story homes on the Mr. C property.
A true meeting of the minds, architect Ray Kappe and designer Marcello Pozzi came together to create the residences that are the ultimate in long-stay homes in Beverly Hills. A modern take on the Mediterranean lifestyle, The Residences at Mr. C exemplify what it really means to live in Beverly Hills, if only for a month.
"We provided as much glass as was allowed by code as well as balconies at each floor," says Kappe, which opens the partially underground main living area. Modular sofas seal the deal as somewhere you'd like to spend a lot of time.
Bedrooms include paneled redwood ceilings and Casa Rovea sheets to create some of the most comfortable sleep you can get.
Each unit has spa-style bathrooms and is equipped with Fantini fixtures and teak wood.
Though there are many large windows throughout each unit, the most breathtaking is perhaps the dining area, where the entire upper wall window folds away creating a patio-like environment.