Santa Monica Mansion

The Oscar-winning producer enlists architect Mark Rios and designer Waldo Fernandez to renovate his scenic Santa Monica manor. Film and TV producer Brian Grazer transformed a rambling and eclectic mansion in Santa Monica, California, into a crisply modern retreat for his family. Mark Rios of Rios Clementi Hale Studios oversaw the architectural work, and Waldo Fernandez of Waldo’s Designs masterminded the interiors.

Mark Rios pared the existing structure down to simple barn-inspired forms and clad the exterior in cedar, which he stained gray to complement the slate roof.

The entrance hall floor combines stone tile by Exquisite Surfaces and wide oak planks.

A Richard Prince painting hangs in the main stairway, overlooking a Hans Bellmann table, a Rick Owens chair, and a 17th-century Spanish iron grille.

Modernica chaise longues cushioned in a Sunbrella fabric line a terrace, with the pool and yoga platform beyond.

Triangular chairs by Rick Owens face the living room fireplace, which features a surround of chiseled limestone; the painting at right is by Richard Prince, and the carpet is by Woven Accents.

A work by Andy Warhol is mounted above a trio of vintage chairs at the entrance to the master bedroom.

A walkway leads to Grazer’s office on the mezzanine level; hanging in the living area, below, is a canvas by Ed Ruscha.

A large artwork by Jack Pierson presides over Grazer’s office, where a plush sofa and chair and a wood cocktail table—all vintage pieces by Jean Royère—are joined by midcentury armchairs from France (left) and Italy; the rug was custom made by Mansour Modern.

A circa-1950 Boris Lacroix chandelier graces the dining room, which also showcases an Andy Warhol painting and sculptures by Ritsue Mishima (left) and Lauren Booth.

The Breakfast area is outfitted with an Osvaldo Borsani light fixture and a Jean Prouvé table and chairs; the painting is by Takashi Murakami.

Another work by Murakami hangs in the kitchen, which is equipped with a Bulthaup island and cabinetry, Caesarstone countertops, a Wolf range, and stools from Duane Modern.

Vintage Franco Albini wall lights offset a custom-made mirror in a powder room.

One of the sons’ rooms is furnished with a custom-designed bed upholstered in a Pierre Frey fabric and a vintage Danish swivel chair.

In the master bedroom, Pierre Cardin lamps flank the bespoke bed, which is clad in a Moore & Giles suede and accented with a Tomas Maier mohair blanket; the pop-up TV cabinet was custom made, as was the rug by Mansour Modern, and a Jim Zivic daybed from Ralph Pucci International stands at the window.