Step inside J Balvin’s Japanese-inspired home

Thanks to Architectural Digest, we get a look inside Colombian reggaeton singer J Balvin‘s home. The home was designed by Medellín-based design firm, 5 Sólidos, and is located in Llano Grande, Antioquia. 

The Colombian artist refers to his minimalist mansion as his temple, stating that it’s a space for him to rest, rather than for him to flaunt his success. Boasting a serene vibe, his home is equipped with planes of French oak and shoji-like framed linen doors, touches of black finishes throughout, bonsai trees for zen and other modern finishes.

Throughout the tour, Balvin gives us a look at the various rooms that he catches his z’s in, stating that he not only sleeps in the master bedroom. The closet is a sneaker fanatic’s dream come true – he owns approximately 850 pairs. As for the exterior, the home is surrounded by lush greenery and even includes a pool on the porch.

Take a look inside J Balvin’s Japanese design-inspired mansion above.

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