Inside Zedd's $16 Million Mansion That Has a Skittles Machine | Open Door | Architectural Digest

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In this episode of Open Door, Grammy-winning record producer and DJ Zedd gives an in-depth tour of his $16 million mansion in Benedict Canyon, an area of Los Angeles that's near Sherman Oaks and northwest of Beverly Hills. Zedd's self-decorated home is 9,500 square feet with views of the canyon and tons of full-length glass windows.

The house is structured into three sections: work, living, and sleep. The work section has Zedd's recording studio and an unfinished gym.

The driveway leads into the front entrance, which crosses a moat.

A huge wall with cubbies holds art, awards, and silly memorabilia. For instance, Zedd's Grammy sits next to a poop emoji.

At the end of a corridor, before going outside, guests can pick their favorite flavor of the rainbow from the Skittles machine.

Zedd also has a server room and a "Costco Room" that contains just about anything he would need if he weren't able to leave the house for a long time.

The bathrooms feature automated blinds that can sometimes surprise the person taking the shower early in the morning.

The remote-controlled curtains in Zedd's bedroom make him the happiest of any feature in the house.

Outside, the pool has a hidden jacuzzi / hot tub that's revealed when the pool's water level drops.

The kitchen has four built-in hibachi grills, a pot filler above the stovetop (which Zedd says is the reason he bought the house), and built-in vacuums.

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