LjHabitat Edition 24

And why would you? The main floor features an Italian custom-designed kitchen that flows to an outdoor entertainment area decked out with designated seating areas and a zero-edge pool and spa. But the real fun begins on the play level, as the name suggests. To access the fun, all you need to do is press the play button in the home’s hidden elevator which whisks you straight down to a waiting cocktail bar, two cosmic bowling alleys and a private movie theatre —

not to forget the Vichy spa and 1800-bottle-plus wine cellar. “We wanted a space that housed all the amenities a Las Vegas entertainment professional would want without betraying any of the inner workings of the home,” says John. Structurally, the home is contemporary, forward- thinking and modern for a residence that contains such amenities. A 140-foot wing- like structure covered in zinc serves as the ceiling for the master bedroom. “We wanted

this home to be a living work of art,” says John. “True, the home’s roofline is definitely not your traditional Vegas stucco, especially when set among the rolling Nevada hills and desert skyline, yet colour and material choices help it appear as if it’s part of the natural landscape. It’s a study in contrasts — harmonious yet bold.”


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