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Piazza di Liberace

Liberace, whom Guinness once recognized as the world’s highest-paid pianist, lived in this Old Las Palmas property from 1968 to 1972. Largely in disrepair when purchased by a couple from Pasadena -- and looking like a combination of gilded Las Vegas luxury and a Victorian bordello – Christopher was enlisted to lead an extensive interior and exterior remodel that modernized the property while keeping subtle nods to its famous former owner.

As seen in: Palm Springs Life

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