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'A 12th Scale Beach House of Contemporary Design and Narrative' In Spring 1994 and shortly before her brutal murder on Sunday June 12 Nicole wa… Read More
'A 12th Scale Beach House of Contemporary Design and Narrative' In Spring 1994 and shortly before her brutal murder on Sunday June 12 Nicole was making plans to leave her home at 875 South Bundy Drive in Brentwood, Los Angeles in order to escape the abuse and obsession that had characterised her long relationship with O.J. Simpson. Only days before her death, Nicole had seen a beach house in Malibu available for rent and she was excited and positive at the prospect of a move there with their children Sydney and Justin. "Nicole's House" is a House created in a 12th scale miniature form that tells several narratives. A recreation of some of the principle rooms at 875 South Bundy Drive as they were discovered in the early hours of Monday June 13 1994 as the investigations into the murders of Nicole and Ronald Lyle Goldman were underway. The additional rooms are created as a tribute to the style and essence of Nicole who loved the style of interior design that has come to typify the "California Look". Finally, as we know that Nicole was planning a move to a beach house in Malibu, "Nicole's House" is a poignant reminder of "what might have been"... Read Less
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In June 1994 and shortly before her brutal murder, Nicole Brown Simpson was making plans to leave her home at 875 South Bundy Drive in Brentwood, Los Angeles in order to finally escape the abuse and obsession that had characterised her relationship with O.J. Simpson.

Only days before her death, Nicole had seen a beach house in Malibu available for rent and she was excited and she was excited and positive at the prospect of a move their with her two children.

"875 South Bundy Drive June 1994" is a House created in Miniature that tells several narratives.

A recreation of some of the principle rooms at 875 South Bundy Drive as they were discovered in the early hours of Monday June 13 1994 as the investigation into her murder and that of Ronald Goldman was underway.

The additional rooms are created as a tribute to the style and essence of Nicole that typifies the "California Look".

Finally, as we know that Nicole was planning a move to a beach house in Malibu, "875 South Bundy Drive June 1994" is a poignant reminder of "what could have been".