Home of the Week | Observing a Lautner in Sherman Oaks
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Home of the Week | Observing a Lautner in Sherman Oaks

Home of the Week | Observing a Lautner in Sherman Oaks

Designed by modernist architect John Lautner, the unusual residence in Sherman Oaks is distinguished by its radiating roofline and views of San Fernando Valley.

 

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Home of the Week | Observing a Lautner in Sherman Oaks

The two-story residence, which is among Lautner’s smaller works, was built in 1950 for a schoolteacher.

 

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Home of the Week | Observing a Lautner in Sherman Oaks

Original built-ins, curved walls and an updated kitchen are among features of the 1,200-square-foot home.

 

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Home of the Week | Observing a Lautner in Sherman Oaks

The curving design of the interior.

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Home of the Week | Observing a Lautner in Sherman Oaks

In the living room, walls of sliding glass doors open to a terrace.

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Home of the Week | Observing a Lautner in Sherman Oaks

The radiating living room and terrace.

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Home of the Week | Observing a Lautner in Sherman Oaks

Views of the San Fernando Valley.

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Home of the Week | Observing a Lautner in Sherman Oaks

The house is sheathed in redwood siding. 

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Home of the Week | Observing a Lautner in Sherman Oaks

The house may be small but has a big impact visually.

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