The pizza village apartments in a Los Angeles suburb have some very strange decor, with a big metal grill, a sign with the word ‘bakery’, and the word “BASIL.”
The apartments, located in the San Fernando Valley neighborhood of Villa Park, were designed by renowned architecture firm Larchmont and have all been installed by the owner’s brother.
According to The Huffington Post, this is the first time the brothers have been seen at the villas, which they’ve named The Pizza House.
According the architects, the villa was built by a group of Italian-American brothers, which was inspired by the restaurant and pizza chain that runs in the area.
They said the design of the apartment was based on the ‘artistic vision’ of the founder, Mario Cipolla.
The building is currently undergoing an environmental assessment and will soon be open for business, with plans for a large rooftop patio.
The pizzeria, which has more than 20 restaurants and a wine bar, is located on the corner of a residential street, where the owners have recently bought the properties for $2.5 million.
They have reportedly already signed leases for 30 more apartments, and are planning to build additional properties in the future.
According The Huffington New York, the two brothers have worked on other projects in the Valley, including the construction of a luxury hotel, which is being planned for the area, and a multi-story apartment complex for a couple.