Rock ‘n’ Roll Decorating in LA

They paved paradise and put up a… condo building. Though in the case of the recently finished Cherokee Lofts in Los Angeles, a LEED-certified retrofit of a former recording studio is a pitch-perfect way to preserve Hollywood legacy. The former Cherokee Recording Studios, MGM Studios before it, hosted everyone from Frank Sinatra and Stevie Wonder to Johnny Cash and Dave Matthews. In a nod to its storied past, the developers put on an open house decorated in the styles of three other recording artists: David Bowie (awesome), Alice in Chains (okay, sure), and 30 Seconds to Mars (huh?). Sneak a peek after the jump.

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Rogerio Carvalheiro for RC Design Federation tricked out a two-floor bachelor pad as an homage to the Thin White Duke. (Images via Design Milk.)

Alice in Chains

Alice in Chains suite by Dennis Design Group.

30 Seconds to Mars 2

30 Seconds to Mars (you know, Jared Leto’s star vehicle with the Kanye collaboration) penthouse designed by Jennifer Siegal and Sandra Sharma.

The Lofts @ Cherokee Studios

Which one would you like to call home?