The most famous rooftop penthouse in Los Angeles and one of its first, The Oviatt was the brainchild and longtime home of James Oviatt (1888-1974), co-founder of the West Coast’s most prestigious haberdashery, “Alexander & Oviatt” / “Oviatt’s”.
Sitting atop the legendary Oviatt Building and designed by interior architect Joseph L. Feil, the 1928 penthouse was L.A.'s first Art Deco residence. The custom-made furniture by Saddier et Fils, etched-glass windows by Gaetan Jeannin, and ceiling lights by Lalique were imported directly from Paris boasting the finest luxurious experience.
A Roaring ‘20s time capsule unlike anything in Los Angeles. It's a once in lifetime opportunity to enjoy the same space where James Oviatt’s Hollywood friends and industry titans once partied and imbibed, thumbing their noses at Prohibition.
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