The well-known musician Moby was paid a visit at his hilltop Hollywood home by The New York Times, which resulted in these amazing photographs. Moby's house is a modernized masterpiece with lots of wide open spaces and large windows that let natural light in. The view of the canyon is absolutely breathtaking, and Moby wakes up to it every morning. His house was originally built in the 1920s; he has definitely done a good job taking care of the almost-100-year-old abode.
Much of the interior is decorated in white, including both furniture and walls. The home has a very natural feel that is reminiscent of the great outdoors. The photos of Moby's house were taken by Trevor Trondo for an article called A Castle for the King of Techno.
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