The only thing more expensive than Beyoncé’s $30 million Tiffany diamond necklace is the $42 million mansion where the ad campaign was shot.
Beyoncé’s most recent Tiffany & Co. photoshoot, where she became the fourth woman to wear a 128.54-carat yellow gem, took place in a Bel Air mansion mansion designed by Zoltan Pali.
The nine-bedroom, 10-full-bathroom home spans 18,850 square feet. The three-story glass-walled building “floats” in the shape of a propeller in Bel Air.
The veritable palace is finished with gold, white and black marble imported from Italy, Switzerland, Turkey and China, as well as limestone from Portugal and Italy, according to Realtor.com.
The mega-mansion has dual chef’s kitchens and living rooms, a 1,000-bottle wine room, a Dolby Atmos theater and a wellness center, according to the listing.
Outside, a 6,000-square-foot oasis has shaded patios, fire pits, an LED-lit ozone pool and a hot tub. The 1.55-acre lot also has a 30-car motor court, a four-bed guest house and a large grass yard.
The home was finished in December 2018 and listed for $56 million. The price was reduced to $42 million in May. The award-winning architect, Zoltan Pali, did not respond to The Post’s request for comment.
“Given its prominent positioning above a relatively developed neighborhood, the motivation behind the design of the home was to create a residence that could meld into its surroundings while maximizing views,” Pali’s firm wrote on its website.
The advertisement became controversial both because of the diamond’s colonial origins and because of the campaign’s use of a never-before-seen Jean-Michel Basquiat “Equals Pi” print rendered in Tiffany Blue.
As part of the project, Tiffany will donate $2 million to scholarship and internship programs for historically black colleges and universities.