Ricky Martin y su familia mostraron su casa

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Gracias a la revista Architectural Digest, el cantante puertorriqueño, Ricky Martin, abrió las puertas de sus casa, ubicada en Beverly Hills, California, junto a su novio Jwan Yosef y dos hijos Valentino y Matteo (9).

Esta familia vive en una mansión de 11 mil metros cuadrados y fue diseñada por el arquitecto Gregory Ann, en 1953. Pero el cantante asegura que no ha modificado tanto la casa y que ha mantenido sus formas.

After decades of globe-trotting, superstar @ricky_martin has traded in his nomadic existence to set up a house in Beverly Hills with artist @jwanyosef and their twin sons. “L.A. totally caught us off guard–we loved it,” says Yosef. After a marathon three-day house-hunting expedition the couple landed on a 3,000-square-foot home designed by acclaimed midcentury architect Gregory Ain in 1953, which has since been built out to an 11,000-square foot modern residence. “Even though the house had been greatly expanded over the years, we still wanted to respect its original vision–the clean lines, the openness, and the sense of calm,” Martin says. The couple enlisted #AD100 designer @nateberkus to give a solid foundation to the interiors. Get a closer look inside our February cover stars home through the #linkinbio Photo by @trevortondro; text by @mayer.rus; styled by @michaelreynoldsnyc

Una publicación compartida de Architectural Digest (@archdigest) el Ene 9, 2018 at 5:14 PST

“Teníamos tres días y vimos unas 26 casas, pero nos enamoramos de ésta inmediatamente”, indicó Yosef que también dijo que les gusto el clima de Los Angeles por lo que se quedaron ahí.

After decades of globe-trotting, superstar @ricky_martin has traded in his nomadic existence to set up a house in Beverly Hills with artist @jwanyosef and their twin sons. “L.A. totally caught us off guard–we loved it,” says Yosef. After a marathon three-day house-hunting expedition the couple landed on a 3,000-square-foot home designed by acclaimed midcentury architect Gregory Ain in 1953, which has since been built out to an 11,000-square foot modern residence. “Even though the house had been greatly expanded over the years, we still wanted to respect its original vision–the clean lines, the openness, and the sense of calm,” Martin says. The couple enlisted #AD100 designer @nateberkus to give a solid foundation to the interiors. Get a closer look inside our February cover stars home through the #linkinbio Photo by @trevortondro; text by @mayer.rus; styled by @michaelreynoldsnyc

Una publicación compartida de Architectural Digest (@archdigest) el Ene 9, 2018 at 5:14 PST

En la casa hay obras de artes y elementos significativos para la pareja. Además, hay un salón de cine y de yoga para la pareja de Martin.

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