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Topic - Jarrett Hedborg
"Working for the prince for 20 years, I knew his taste," Hedborg told the Times. "He had expressed to me that he wanted a house that evoked old classic California Spanish architecture."
"I warned the prince that he was surrounded by very powerful neighbors and that he should be extremely careful in what he proposes to build," said Jarrett Hedborg, a Los Angeles interior designer who has worked on residences for Prince Abdulaziz in Saudi Arabia, Paris and Beverly Park and consulted on the new mansion.