Home of the Week | Frank Gehry’s glass box in the sky
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Home of the Week | Frank Gehry’s glass box in the sky

In Beverly Hills, a Frank Gehry-designed penthouse is a collection of spaces, shapes and forms.

This offbeat penthouse in Beverly Hills was designed in the 1980s by architect Frank Gehry. The tile work and splashes of color reflect the original owner’s love of pottery and mosaics. (Melissa Di Meglio)
A wraparound terrace provides spectacular views.  (Melissa Di Meglio)
Curated furniture and an open floor plan are among the features of the penthouse, listed at $22,500 a month. (Melissa Di Meglio)
The penthouse has floor-to-ceiling windows, high ceilings and a wraparound terrace. (Melissa Di Meglio)
The penthouse has high ceilings and an open floor plan. (Melissa Di Meglio)
Original mosaic tile work in the kitchen reflects the original owner’s love of the medium. (Melissa Di Meglio)
The offbeat penthouse was designed in the 1980s by Frank Gehry. (Melissa Di Meglio)
The fireplace in the master suite evokes a ziggurat and includes an ornamental stairway that ascends toward the heavens. (Melissa Di Meglio)
The tile work reflects the original owner’s love of mosaics and pottery. A bathroom was restored in keeping with the vision. (Melissa Di Meglio)
The penthouse has a wraparound terrace. (Melissa Di Meglio)
Frank Gehry’s influences can be seen in the home’s unusual shapes and forms, which were designed to evoke a small city. (Westside Estate Agency)
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