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http://www.dwell.com/house-tours/articl ... fulfilment
Pew residence may have provided -- complete with an abstraction of his characteristic stonework ?
I hadn't noticed before that there's corner butt-glazing . . .
Cory Buckner says this is an interior shot of Pilot (house) Model 201. I'm not aware of another design at
the MHA project which has the canted posts and glass of the Architects' Field Office . . .
photos by Garber Sturgis, Emiel Becsky, Julius Shulman
http://designapplause.com/2013/salon2-a ... ice/35134/
It's interesting to note that several plans were rejected for being "too modern". I wish I could see those!
http://la.curbed.com/archives/2011/06/u ... _hills.php
From a Dwell article here: http://www.dwell.com/house-tours/articl ... fulfilment
http://la.curbed.com/archives/2011/07/i ... _house.php