Beverly Hills Contemporary by Whipple Russell Architects Featured in 2016 Comedy ‘Why Him?’

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Beverly Hills, California, United Staes

Architectural Digest recently ran a story on sports broker Stephen Dubin and wife Brenda Ellerin’s new contemporary home they built for their family in Beverly Hills.  The couple purchased the lot several years ago which originally contained a Mediterranean home, most of which was donated to Habitat for Humanity, before hiring Marc Whipple of Whipple Russell Architects to construct their dream home.

Still from the 2016 comedy ‘Why Him?’


Spanning 10,000 square feet the newly constructed residence combines expanses of glass, stone, and metal to create a great work of beauty. One of the home’s neatest elements is how green it is.  The home is fitted with solar panels providing power, while systems were installed to collect, filter, and re-use water on the property.  To see more of Marc’s work visit Whipple Russell Architects. The property was featured in the 2016 comedy ‘Why Him?’, starring Bryan Cranston & James Franco. Photography by Roger Davies.






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