By Ron. Amazing Home. Published at Monday, April 16th, 2018 - 08:24:27 AM.
Now this is really interesting; when a home architect decided to design a home for himself, it almost certainly would result in a rather extraordinary outcome. This seems to be the case of this 1960s midcentury modern house designed by Loch Crane located in La Jolla, California, USA.
The architect/owner of this house was Frank Lloyd Wright’s student, that evidently can be seen from this very house. The architect was also influenced by Japanese architecture; he also gave some subtle influence of Japanese style to the house.
But beside that, this stunning house is a good example of MCM architecture of 1960s done perfectly, and also one that utilizes its location for creating maximum effect.
This midcentury modern house has a hexagonal shape, with the original concept is to create a place with has plenty of freedom and spaciousness in its three-storey building. The house is enhanced with double height spaces, galleries, and large window glasses; where you can look the beach and sea nearby through it.
Most part of the house are still original; the house interior looks pretty new, suggesting it has been through some renovation or great maintenance over five decades; maybe a combination of both.
Despite all of that thing, we adore the wood interior, and the integrated fittings, and the outdoor balcony spaces, and the most of it, the out-of-the-box design of the living space. The living space is eye-catching, has unique style; It deserves to be preserved.
The house has total area of 3,134 square feet; that includes two bathrooms and three bedrooms. There is also a spacious living room, as well as a family area, a basement, an ‘extra room’, a loft area, an office, a storage room, a carport, plus the balconies.
The price of the house is quite high though, it’s about $3,200,000; sure not everyone can afford the place. But if money is not a problem for you and you’re a fan of midcentury style house as well, then this house could be your dream house.
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