According to Elle Décor, Courteney Cox wanted to be an architect before becoming an actress. She mainly chose this location in Malibu, California due to its privacy especially that her previous home, which she loved so much, was located at the same level of a public pool.
With this house she decided she wanted to go for a design totally different from the previous residence, she wanted it to look like a modern barn. Notice the open spaces, the bright ambience, the use of modern materials and others that are so natural that they take the house to a more timeless feel.
Cox hired architect Michael Kovac for the job alongside Trip Haenisch for the interior design.
“There was a good balance between Michael and Trip,” says Cox. “Michael is definitely more modern; Trip tried to make the house look like it had been here forever.” The result, she says, is “very simple, with bronzed-steel trim, white walls, and wood floors. Nothing too cluttered and not a lot of fancy details.”
Among the brands she used are: Minotti, Christian Liaigre, The Rug Company, Bourgeois Boheme, Ipe, alongside many custom made items and vintage pieces.
For more details on the residence and furniture used refer to original article.