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Homes of the Week: A pair of Lautners

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The John Lautner designed Schaffer residence in Glendale is listed for $1,958,000. (Tim Street-Porter)
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The house has two bedrooms and two bathrooms in 1,698 square feet. The property is 11,230 square feet. (Tim Street-Porter)
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The architect John Lautner, a onetime Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice, later went on to design more fantastic homes that seemed inspired by the space age. His early work, seen here, is more simple. (Tim Street-Porter)
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The house has an open floor plan that flows into an outdoor oak grove; a kitchen with refurbished cabinets, a stainless-steel refrigerator and the original stove, restored; a breakfast area; a den; a two-sided brick fireplace situated between the living room and den; and a covered patio. (Tim Street-Porter)
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David Zander, the current owner of the home say the house is both “dynamic” and “peaceful.” (Tim Street-Porter)
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John Lautner’s 1949 Schaffer Residence, set in a wooded area at the foot of the Verdugo Mountains in Glendale, represents the simple, uncluttered look the architect favored, fusing concrete, wood, glass and hardscapes into a singular vision. (Tim Street-Porter)
Homes of the week: A pair of Lautners
Designed by John Lautner in 1947, this La Canada Flintridge home is almost hidden in a park-like setting. It is listed for $2.2 million. (Sam Buchanan)
Homes of the week: A pair of Lautners
The La Canada Flintridge house has three bedrooms and two bathrooms in 1,801 square feet. The lot is 39,680 square feet. (Sam Buchanan)
Home of the Week: A pair of Lautners
The nearly 1-acre property -- filled with mature fruit and oak trees -- provides views of the local mountain ranges. A gazebo, koi pond and a Lautner-designed swimming pool complete the outdoors. (Sam Buchanan)
Homes of the Week: A pair of Lautners
Architect John Lautner strived to seamlessly connect a home’s indoors with its outdoor setting. This home built in 1947 atop La Canada Flintridge represents that sensibility. (Sam Buchanan)
Homes of the Week: A pair of Lautners
Wood trim softens the tapered steel trusses that run the length of the house and are a signature Lautner architectural element, as are the sweeping, curved, poured-in-place concrete walls, duplicating the arc of the trusses. (Sam Buchanan)
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