Thanks to an episode of “Open Door” from Architectural Digest, we get an inside look at music producer Zedd’s home.
Zedd, born Anton Zaslavski, purchased his $16 million dollar USD mansion in Benedict Canyon, an area of Los Angeles near Sherman Oaks. The modern 9,500-square-foot home offers a heated pool, customized skittles machine, recording studio, and unfinished gym. Moreover, the kitchen boasts four hibachi grills and pot filler above the stovetop, a feature he claims was the selling point. In addition, the “Clarity” artist owns a server room and a “Costco Room,” which stores just about anything he might need so he doesn’t have to leave the house — most likely, a reference to creative sprees in his studio. About his bathroom, Zedd says,
“So this is the bathroom, it’s everything I’ve ever wanted in the bathroom…So far I’ve only used the bathtub once, I feel like when you buy a house with a bathtub like this, you have to use it. So I did. And I’m good now. Now I’m back to the shower.”
Explaining his closet, the DJ notes,
“This is my unorganized, unfinished wardrobe…the other side, meant to be “Hers,” but it’s shoes. Lots of shoes I haven’t even opened yet. I like shoes. I guess you can tell.”
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