For sale: MCM by 19 yr. old Jon Antelline - Rancho Santa Fe, CA

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DRN
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Re: For sale: MCM by 19 yr. old Jon Antelline - Rancho Santa Fe, CA

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Really neat house spatially. Very open in a Lautner-esque way...the take on the desert concrete reminds me of that at the Massaro build of the unbuilt Chahroudi house. The ordered exterior leaves little clue to the free forms waiting indoors.

I don't see the "Captain Pike" chairs (Star Trek reference) from the Shulman photos in the present day....I hope they had wheels.

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Roderick Grant
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Re: For sale: MCM by 19 yr. old Jon Antelline - Rancho Santa Fe, CA

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Seemingly Jon Antelline didn't do much else architecturally. I find this house, but nothing else online. Too bad.

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Roderick Grant
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Re: For sale: MCM by 19 yr. old Jon Antelline - Rancho Santa Fe, CA

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Well, there you are. Looks like the buildings Jon designed himself, as opposed to as an employee at Luckman, were two commercial buildings, demolished, and one other house, greatly altered. He obviously had talent. Too bad there is not much left. Even the parking garage he worked on for Luckman at Hope and Wilshire is gone.


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Re: For sale: MCM by 19 yr. old Jon Antelline - Rancho Santa Fe, CA

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Photo #9 of the house in the second of SDR's posts reminds me (slightly) of a grand house in Hawaii that was published in HB in the 50s that I swooned over. MCM at its finest. The House of the Year was my favorite issue. The long driveway of that house was made by laying down a steel mesh that was used by the Army Air Corps during WWII to erect landing strips quickly. Grass grew through the mesh, so it was hard to tell where the driveway was. Environmentally sensitive.

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