Collection by Allie Weiss

Three Sisters Renovate Their Parents' Midcentury Home

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When a couple was looking to update their 1960s house in Brentwood, California, they didn't have to look far for help. Their daughters, who make up the Los Angeles- and New York-based design collective Mass Studio, took to the task. Taking inspiration from L.A.'s midcentury modern masters, including A. Quincy Jones, daughters Safura, Sanam, and Laylee helped create a more efficient space that shows off a varied art collection and lets light stream in from as many angles as possible.

The righthand building, which houses two bedrooms, originally had three separate roof structures.
Inside, a Herman Miller bench creates a small sitting area.
In the living room, Mass Studio removed the drywall ceiling to expose the wood beams, and then lined the ceiling with...
In the yard, Mass Studio refreshed the area around the pool, creating comfortable spaces for lounging.
The renovation of the kitchen added 100 square feet to the space, along with larger windows to let in more light.
Between the kitchen and a sitting area lies a simple bar area.
Vintage midcentury chairs, found at a flea market, adorn the bedroom.
The master bathroom is lined with Grey Haisa stone tiles.
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