Inside the house where Ashton and Mila became farmers
The home of Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher where they live with their two children is built on a Los Angeles hill. The couple turned the house into a farm and during the isolation of Covid-19 planted corn, irrigated it with the well he dug and harvested.
The villa had a much more traditional look. A French Neoclassical mansion designed by architect Sumner Spaulding in the early 1930s and renovated by legendary designer Henri Samuel in the 1980s, took another form when it became that of Kutcher and Kunis.
According to the architect, Backen Ashton and Mila were in charge of the project.
"They are two of the smartest and most curious people we have ever worked with. We talked about everything, down to the boards and the concrete. "These are not the types of conversations we have with every client," says the architect.
In addition to the new tables with plush, super comfortable tables they also have a range of personalized silver throne chairs that Kutcher ordered on a trip to India. Part of the special accessories is an extravagant chandelier 10 meters long and made of crystal.
You can find the rooms, the pool and any other environment in the pictures.
* The Architectural Design article was adapted in Albanian by Tiranapost.al