Pierre Koenig's Case Study House #21, now carefully and immaculately restored to the original intent and design of the architect, is an architectural landmark located in the Hollywood Hills. Completed early within his career, the steel and glass residence is a pure expression of Koenig's approach to design. Using a reduced range of materials, he created a living space that gracefully reflects the demands, conditions, and requirements of modern living in Los Angeles.

The spare structure is balanced by five reflection pools that completely surround the house and serve both cooling functions and as visual transitions between building and site. Intellectually, historically and aesthetically, the house is a pristine modern object.

Wright will offer this important real estate at auction on 03 December 2006.
Estimate $2.5–3.5 million


Architect Pierre Koenig
Date of design 1957
Date of completion 1958
Size of lot 110 by 160 foot perimeter surrounded by extensive, natural landscaping
Square footage 1,320
Space One story structure comprised of 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, living room, entry, central courtyard and attached two-space carport
Provenance Walter and Mary Bailey, 1959 Pierre Koenig, 1962 acquired by the current owner, 2002
Honors Historic Cultural Monument #669, City of Los Angeles Cultural Heritage Commission,
Cultural Affairs Department, 1999; Mills Act Property Tax Abatement Program qualified participant

 

 


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