Intro/Facts about Adam Levine
He currently lives with his close friend, Korean writer Gene Hong.
His house was impressive enough to be featured on the Architectural Digest in 2012.
When he was 6 years old, he took the winning shot of a basketball game, with barely any time left on the clock. This event inspired him to be successful and aspire for his passion.
Levine’s brother is openly gay, Levine has been an outspoken supporter of LGBT rights and even changed the location of a post-Grammy’s awards show because of the restaurants backing of proposition 8.
Levine’s parents got divorced when he was 7, he had to go to therapy for it, yet he did not feel the need to.
Adam Levine’s House
Maroon 5’s lead singer Adam Levine matched his retro musical style with his architectural style in his 40’s style ranch house in Hollywood Hills California. His house is was meticulously put together with his longtime friend, Mark Haddawy, a 20th-century-design collector. Throughout the renovation they tore down walls making the four bedroom house into just one, that is probably why he recently moved out of this house for a larger one. They implemented concrete floors and rosewood paneling throughout. Carrara marble was installed in the bathrooms to embody the different textures throughout the house. Everything seamlessly worked together to create a wholesome mid-century style.
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The designer Mark was obsessive about the furniture being brought into the house. They tried at least 30 different Persian carpets to find one that accomplished the contrast with the mid century furniture.
Adam Levine initially fell in love with the house because of its discrete location tucked into the Hollywood Hills. He said, “It was Hollywood without being ‘Hollywood.’”
Pictures of Adam Levine’s Bachelor PadImages courtesy of Architectural Digest
Adam Levine succeeded to combine sophistication and class with the bachelor pad of anyone’s dreams. What do you think?