More than 20 years earlier, Elton John made his thoughts on minimalism fairly clear. He shared a design ideology with his good friend, the late Gianni Versace, when it come to coping with less. The precious couturier usually made the case that much less is much less and also more is extra.
“And more is good,” John informed Architectural Digest in a May 2000 meeting. “A lot much more is very good.”
It must come as not a surprise, after that, that the artist has actually generated a considerable real estate profile throughout the last almost 50 years. His initial residence acquisition remained in 1974, a year after the launch of the album Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, which includes some of his most renowned tracks, like “Bennie and also the Jets” and also “Candle in the Wind.”
Referred to as Woodside, John’s estate in Berkshire, England, has actually undergone numerous remodellings over the years, most especially after the super star went to rehab in 1990.
Woodside, John’s estate near Windsor, England, in the community of Berkshire. Photo: Simon Brown “When I came out of rehab ten years back, I realized that life is so much extra attractive than my house reflected,” John stated in the same ADVERTISEMENT interview. “I desired a normal life, a traditional lodge …
Ever since after that, I’ve always had an embellishing task under way, and since I constantly intend to do even more, each residence is a work in progress. If I weren’t an artist, I would enjoy to be a decorator.”
When not doing to sold-out crowds, the 75-year-old artist is putting his style eye to utilize. Beyond his timeless English country house, John also owns residential or commercial properties across Europe, consisting of a summertime home in Nice, France, and a home in Venice.
Stateside, he has an Atlanta apartment as well as two estates in the Trousdale Estates community of Los Angeles. Here, ADVERTISEMENT states the numerous perfect houses coming from the Rocket Man himself, what they sold for, as well as where they are currently.