Poggenpohl Los Angeles

Poggenpohl Dazzles in Studio City, California

Tucked away in the rolling hills of Studio City, California, this 3,767 square-foot, $3.75 million-dollar property is home to a Poggenpohl kitchen worth about $300,000.

Built in 1941, this modern-style home was recently renovated from the inside and out—and includes a brand-new Poggenpohl kitchen with gorgeous wood inlays, push-button cabinet controls, Miele appliances and Poggenpohl's signature customizable drawer inserts.

The focal point of the kitchen features a wood veneer Hydro Lacquer High Gloss wall in alternating Satin Walnut and Swiss Peartree. Several windows throughout the space gives way to natural lighting and blissful views of the San Fernando Valley.

"It's such a beautiful house if you like seclusion off the main mountain road," says Mark Donnell, Showroom and Sales Manager at Poggenpohl Los Angeles.

The property is currently up for sale.

Loma Vista

A Poggenpohl kitchen features prominently in this newly built showplace in Beverly Hills’ Trousdale neighborhood – complete with an Andy Warhol Rolls Royce and artwork

Minutes from the heart of Beverly Hills, a newly remodeled home offers the perfect fusion of great architecture, fine art, wellness and thoughtful luxury. The 7,595 square foot space holds nothing back in terms of features including an Andy Warhol art collection, sophisticated Poggenpohl kitchen, state-of-the-art screening theatre, Crestron home automation plus a zero-edge saltwater pool and spa. The 5-bedroom, 8-bathroom residence was designed by Ames-Peterson Architecture, David Dalton Interior Design and offered by LAMERICA Real Estate.

Poggenpohl Los Angeles designed and installed the stunning kitchen. Created for entertaining, Poggenpohl customized the space with a 13-foot waterfall island, high-end Miele and Gaggenau appliances and abundant natural light. The generous walk-in butler's pantry has a private staircase to the staff quarters.

Seated on a half an acre, the home is priced at $15.625 million. Original Andy Warhol pieces including his 1974 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow are offered for purchase with the residence including: "Pink Cow on Purple Background," "Campbell's Soup 1: Vegetable 48" and "Diamond Dust Shoes 255."

Other details include:
• Elevator connecting each floor in the multilevel house
• Wellness room and an entertainment wing
• 1,200-square-foot master suite with a private Zen garden
• Foyer with reflecting pond/waterfall

Photo Credits
Photos courtesy of LAMERICA Real Estate/Everett Fenton Gidley/Darren Asay

Palms Residence

Poggenpohl Los Angeles designer Rory Byrd collaborated with his client, Mehran Leilabi, to create a hybrid design featuring Byrd's favorite elements of Poggenpohl's +MODO design concept, while at the same time creating a design that stands apart. The central focus of this design is the window wall, highlighting a custom stainless steel element in the center to instantly grab the attention of any visitor.

Leilabi's home is nestled into a neighborhood in Venice, California, a few blocks away from California's famed Pacific Coast Highway.

"Poggenpohl was the perfect fit for the project as the homeowner wanted a premium product while not breaking the total budget of the home project," says Byrd. "Poggenpohl's Matte Lacquer was the perfect blend of elegance and price consciousness."

Byrd used Polar White cabinetry with Dekton Strato countertops and Miele appliances. "We had a challenge with the large, open floor plan in using cabinetry to really define the space. As a solution, we designed a tall peninsula which now acts as a dividing wall at the main entrance to the home."

Poggenpohl Kitchen Design now featured in the Iconic Ford Estate

Poggenpohl, the oldest and best-known luxury kitchen brand in the world, which has been at the forefront of kitchen cabinetry design for over 123 years is now proudly featured in the historic President and Mrs. Gerald Ford Estate located in Thunderbird Country Club in Rancho Mirage, California. The 6,900 square foot home, a showcase for mid-century American architecture and design was purchased in 2012 by Bill Damaschke, an independent Film/Theater Producer along with John McIlwee, a prominent Entertainment Business Manager. Its highly celebrated renovation now features a Poggenpohl Segmento kitchen. Marmol Radziner Architects and Darren Brown Interior Design led the interior and exterior project of the historic estate.

“Having the opportunity to play a role in this historical restoration has been a thrilling experience for Poggenpohl,” states Mark Donnell, Designer and Showroom Manager of Poggenpohl Los Angeles. “Darren Brown was very careful to keep the spirit of the original house intact while updating it with new colors and fixtures.”

“One of the challenges was to take a space that was functional, but dated and closed in,” Donnell continued. Darren Brown Interior Design expanded the kitchen into an adjacent room. They were able bring the windows down to the countertop to give an appearance of the kitchen continuing into the outside space. The cooking appliances were placed on and under the countertop to provide a long open workspace and minimize tall cabinets.

When the Fords owned the estate the kitchen was an eclectic space, but it needed to be updated with modern fixtures and appliances ensuring a large enough space remained to congregate and meet. The new owners kept the unique feel using elements from when the Fords lived there, like the reception mirror where guests would primp prior to meeting with dignitaries. Poggenpohl’s handle-less Segmento system created a clutter-free kitchen with plenty of storage while keeping the entertaining area intact. A quartz teak décor finish was selected with high gloss lacquer tall cabinets. This combination offered a sense of elegance that went well with the desert landscape.

In 2012, Bill Damaschke, who was at the time Chief Creative Officer of DreamWorks Animation and President of DreamWorks Theatricals along with John McIlwee, a prominent Entertainment Business Manager, purchased The Ford Estate in a highly publicized sale. The sale included the property as well as historic contents from the former First Lady’s estate. The glorious home currently plays host to many culturally significant events for the Palm Springs Film Festival, Palm Springs Art Museum and the Hammer Museum.