We can’t believe what’s inside Steve Aoki’s home!
May 2, 2018
Steve Aoki is one of the world’s biggest DJs and producers. So, that said, do we really need to tell you that the electro house, Grammy-nominated music superstar has a house that dreams are made of to match his superstar status? Probably not, but we will tell you anyway. Steve Aoki’s home, or rather a desert mansion, in Las Vegas is his official Playhouse.
Architectural Digest got an exclusive look at the 16,000-square-foot property and we are shocked, in awe and stupified by what lies inside. He bought the house in 2014 for $3 million after the market had crashed. He has spent “millions upon millions” restoring and perfecting the house, finally naming it ‘Aoki’s Playhouse.’
“I took it to the bare shell of the walls and the floors. Well, not even the floors. I removed all the floors!”
– Steve Aoki
When you step inside, you notice that there is a recurring colour scheme, greys and blues. It is also evident that he loves art. His curated collection of art, mostly by Banksy and KAWS, is scattered all over his home. He has a whole room dedicated to 3-D sculptures by KAWs. If you remember Banksy’s 2015 Dismaland exhibition, you will notice that the Mickey Mouse sculpture is now part of Aoki’s home.
Obviously, Steve Aoki’s home would not be complete without a technologically-savvy studio. His in-house studio is called the ‘Neon Future Cave.’ It comes with a flat ceiling, hued LED lighting and so much more!
“When I walk into this room, I want to feel like I’m bunkering down. I’m gonna lock myself in this bunker, and the only way I’m going to open that door and go out is if I create something extraordinary.” – Steve Aoki
His pool is apparently the deepest pool in Nevada and it has a tile collage of Aoki’s silhouette, the Aoki logo, at the bottom. He also has a ridiculous collection of sneakers.
In the centre of the living room, he has a larger-than-life fish tank. Check out the video below.
What do you think of his home? Would you want to have you silhouette tiled at the bottom of a pool?