Designed in 1961 by the architect John Lautner, the house is one of Los Angeles’s most beloved landmarks: it has served as a backdrop for films (“The Big Lebowski,” “Charlie’s Angels”), numerous fashion shoots and parties.
The structure is almost all original, but materials, built-ins, motorized elements (skylights and walls), glazing, and more... the architect combined the lower-level study, studio, and master bedroom into one large master divided by a concrete wall and furnished with concrete furniture (and an invisible sink). The master also has a built-in scale and windows that look into the pool.
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