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The interior design of Holloway House is a tribute to 1960s California - a period when a host of artists such as David Hockney and Bruce Neumann made Los Angeles their home, drawn to the city by its light and inspiring landscapes.

Mid-century-inspired decor typical of this time is seen throughout the House, such as the vertical wooden wall panelling in the club, which grounds the space and provides contrast to the green-toned terrazzo flooring. Local vintage stores were scoured for authentic pieces hailing from the 1950s to early 1970s. These feature across both the furniture and accessories.

Nods to Southern California's natural palette of saturated dusty tones and lush greens are emphasised in the materials and upholstery - from dark green marble tabletops in the courtyard to the faded mustard accent chairs.

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