LA Times: Designer Kim Gordon sells contemporary beach retreat in Venice for $3.25 million


In the Oxford Triangle area of Venice, an original design by Venice-based artist and designer Kim Gordon has sold for $3.25 million.

Tucked behind hedges and glass-and-steel fencing, the bohemian-vibe retreat has four bedrooms and four bathrooms in nearly 3,350 square feet of living space. The indoor-outdoor floor plan feels light and airy with white oak floors, troweled plaster walls and high ceilings. Handmade steel-framed windows, which Gordon manufactures herself, are a hallmark of the design.

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Mick Partridge