Celebrity houses have always been over the top, but one celebrity couple is definitely bringing a new meaning to the words ‘dream house’. Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith open their doors to Architectural Digest to present their lavishing Malibu home. The perfect retreat for the family is all and more you’ve ever imagined, being a perfect example of the Hollywood lifestyle that maintains a great sense of good taste.
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith’s Malibu home lays out on 25000 square feet and maintains a very peaceful, Moroccan/Persian/Spanish/Southwest America type of style which incorporates nature and artistic details that make a difference. Architectural Digest shows off an amazing mansion that is very ‘spiritual’ and that is a perfect match for Jada and Will.
The happy couple shares the wonderful home with their three children Willow, 10, Jaden, 13, and 18 year old Trey, Will Smith’s son from a previous marriage. Designed by architect Stephen Samuelson, the house needed to have a very down to earth, natural feel, so Will and Jada had everything done by hand. They told the magazine that:
“For Will and me this home was always a spiritual endeavor. We’re very earthy, organic people. We wanted to create a family retreat, something made by hand and as natural as possible, something that ties back to the land. Everything needed to be done by hand. We wanted to feel the love and labor that went into every piece of this place.”
One of the most breath taking parts of the home is the opulent living room which boasts an incredible mountain view, a clear, no-wall view that just joins you with nature. Will’s favorite spot and definitely another ‘plus’ for their home is the lake gazebo, which is all about meditating and being in contact with nature’s best: water, grass, trees, plants and flowers.
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith have other homes across the globe, in the US as well as in Europe, such as Miami Beach, Stockholm and Philadelphia. Check out this power-couple’s crib in the September 2011 issue of Architectural Digest.
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