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A Lautner landmark in Palm Springs

The John Lautner-designed Elrod House — a Palm Springs landmark built for celebrated interior designer Arthur Elrod — reflects the architect's emphasis on embracing natural landscapes. Nine concrete triangles and clerestories form a radiating canopy over the living room and a pool terrace split by a retractable glass curtain. Native boulders and outcrops are incorporated into the design, furthering the union of home and nature.

Location: 2175 Southridge Dr., Palm Springs, 92264

Asking price: $10.495 million

Year built: 1969

Architect: John Lautner

House size: Five bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, 8,091 square feet

Lot size: 0.64 of an acre

Features: Curved walls of concrete and glass; black slate floors; inclined skylights; open-plan main floor with living room, kitchen and dining room; formal and informal gardens; guesthouse; swimming pool; panoramic views of Mt. San Jacinto, Mt. San Gorgonio and Coachella Valley

About the area: In December, 32 single-family homes sold in the 92264 ZIP Code at a median price of $593,000, according to CoreLogic. That was a 1.3% decrease in median price compared with December 2014.

Agents: TTK Represents, HK Lane — Christie's International Real Estate, (760) 904-5234, ttkrepresents.com

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A version of this article appeared in print on February 07, 2016, in the Business section of the Los Angeles Times with the headline "A Lautner landmark in Palm Springs - HOME OF THE WEEK" — Today's paperToday's paper | Subscribe
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