Hutton Wilkinson’s Tony Duquette’s Dawnridge chronicles the luxe and historic home’s transformation by its iconic designer.
Foreword by Hamish Bowles
Designer Tony Duquette’s legendary Dawnridge, located in Beverly Hills, is one of the most creatively designed private homes in America. Built in 1949 by Duquette and his wife, Elizabeth, the original structure was a modest 30-by-30-foot box. Hutton Wilkinson purchased the home following Duquette’s death in 1999, and he has since breathed new life into the estate, broadening the property, adding houses of his own design, and incorporating remarkable objects designed and created by the Duquettes.
This book is organized by the three main houses, and Wilkinson elaborates on the spectacular design elements in each room and shares the stories behind the spaces. Tim Street-Porter’s photographs show both the original and redesigned rooms.
“Walk on the Wild Side. Tony Duquette’s fantastical designs strut their stuff for a new generation.” —Architectural Digest
“Walk on the Wild Side. Tony Duquette’s fantastical designs strut their stuff for a new generation.”Architectural Digest