A New Brokerage for Design Lovers Lands in L.A.

A New Brokerage for Design Lovers Lands in L.A.

January 15, 2020 by Arianne Nardo

No one watching real estate reality shows expects substance. What the cameras miss—in design and history—are specialties of suprstructur (suprstructur.com), a new platform and real estate brokerage offering “carefully chosen properties to buyers who are visually aware and for whom light, space and truth to material are inspirational,” says co-founder Jack Byron. Launched with noted architect Noah Walker and Byron’s wife, Charlie, suprstructur curates a range of styles and typologies, not just slick, high-end homes. They’re also cataloging architecturally significant design-led properties in an impressive database that is 8,000 and counting. As well, the founders will host dinners, forums and create original content. “We want to tell the back story of the design, whether it’s an important midcentury building, an interesting person who lives in it or a contemporary interior designer,” says Jack. The couple brings their creative bona fides to suprstructur—hers in marketing for brands like Mini and Hulu, his in architecture with Philippe Starck and Zaha Hadid. Even after a decade on the West Coast, the London pair still marvel at the city’s transformation. Notes Charlie, “L.A. feels like it’s expanding in front of our very eyes at the moment.”













A New Brokerage for Design Lovers Lands in L.A.

January 15, 2020 by Arianne Nardo

No one watching real estate reality shows expects substance. What the cameras miss—in design and history—are specialties of suprstructur (suprstructur.com), a new platform and real estate brokerage offering “carefully chosen properties to buyers who are visually aware and for whom light, space and truth to material are inspirational,” says co-founder Jack Byron. Launched with noted architect Noah Walker and Byron’s wife, Charlie, suprstructur curates a range of styles and typologies, not just slick, high-end homes. They’re also cataloging architecturally significant design-led properties in an impressive database that is 8,000 and counting. As well, the founders will host dinners, forums and create original content. “We want to tell the back story of the design, whether it’s an important midcentury building, an interesting person who lives in it or a contemporary interior designer,” says Jack. The couple brings their creative bona fides to suprstructur—hers in marketing for brands like Mini and Hulu, his in architecture with Philippe Starck and Zaha Hadid. Even after a decade on the West Coast, the London pair still marvel at the city’s transformation. Notes Charlie, “L.A. feels like it’s expanding in front of our very eyes at the moment.”