Last month, Kanye West spent a few weeks living in a converted closet under Atlanta’s Mercedes Benz stadium while he finalized his album “Donda.” Perhaps as a reward for the diligence and sacrifice it took to finally get that album out, Kanye is treating himself to some new digs that are a MASSIVE upgrade from a stadium closet.
Kanye just dropped nearly $60 million on a unique Malibu mansion.
Designed by Japanese architect Tadao Ando, Kanye’s house is more like a concrete art installation. It appears to be a giant block of concrete. And in fact, that’s exactly what it is.
According to an article from the Wall Street Journal, in order for the Malibu sand to support what became an exceptionally heavy structure, 12 pylons had to be driven 60 feet into the ground. Then 1,200 tons of concrete were poured into 200 tons of steel reinforcement.
Here’s what the house looks like from Google street view:
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