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MCD Newsletter 01-26-21

LUXE RED Awards Readers’ Choice is Now Open! Go Vote for MCD!

The LUXE RED Awards showcases innovative, excellence, and quality in the best residential architecture and interior design projects throughout the country. MacPherson Construction & Design is thrilled to be featured amidst so many other skilled and talented designers and architects! Our Tumble Creek house is up for awards in the Contemporary Architecture

& Contemporary Interior Design categories. Go out and vote, tell your friends to vote, tell everyone you know and lets get this award! Search for “MacPherson Construction & Design” under the search bar in the Contemporary Architecture and Contemporary Interior Design categories. The links to vote are listed below.

Vote for Architecture

Vote for Interior Design





The World’s Largest —

and America’s Priciest

— Home Is Ready for Its


Written By: Karine Monié

After nearly a decade of design and development work, what is being billed as “the world’s most expensive home” is finally ready for its close-up. Set on a five-acre parcel in the posh Los Angeles enclave of Bel Air—and aptly named The One—the 105,000-square-foot property’s interiors have remained a closely guarded secret. Until now. Beyond the eye-catching design are the home’s equally jaw-dropping stats. There are 42 bathrooms,

21 bedrooms, a 5,500-square-foot master suite, a 30-car garage gallery with two car-display turntables, a four-lane bowling alley, a spa level, a 30-seat movie theater, a “philanthropy wing (with a capacity of 200) for charity galas with floating pods overlooking Los Angeles, a 10,000-square-foot sky deck, and five swimming pools.



There are various ways to suffer slips and falls while

working. You can slip and lose your balance, trip over objects left improperly in a walkway or fall

from a ladder or scaffolding. To avoid these mishaps, be on the lookout


• Water puddles

• Worksite materials

• Grease or oil

• Sawdust

• Extension cords and cables

When entering a building from the outdoors or from debris areas, clean your footwear thoroughly.

Snowy and rainy weather require a doormat at each entrance to allow for complete wiping of

shoes. Beware of tripping hazards—trash, unused materials or any object left in walkways invites

falls. Extension cords, tools, carts and other items should be removed or properly barricaded

off. If equipment or supplies are left in walkways, report it. Let the proper personnel remove it.

And keep passageways clean of debris by using trash barrels and recycling bins. Slips and falls

occur every day. The extent of injuries and their recurrence can be minimized through proper

safety knowledge, good housekeeping and practicing prevention.



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