11,000 square foot home now residence of Daily Show host
By Toi Creel
A $27.5 Bel-Air mansion is now the home of “The Daily Show” host and comedian Trevor Noah.
The home was designed by Mark Rios. Rios is an L.A. architect who originally built the home for himself. The 11,000-square-foot home is contemporary and is inspired by Japanese influences with dark wood and super-thick walls to help keep out noise, similar to a room Rios saw in Kyoto Japan.
Architecturally the home has a cube design, from the outside street appearing to look like a stack of cubes. It also has a lawn with infinity edge pool and a series of open spaces. Inside, the home consists of 11 bathrooms, 6 bedrooms, an office, gym, steam room, spa, movie and game room.
The home as a combination of mediums including stone, wood, bronze and glass. This isn’t Noah’s first time living in the Bel-air area. He formerly owned a $20.5 million mansion hat he sold in 2020 for $21.7 million.