1970 Frank Gehry designed LA Home gets a renovation
A Japanese-style reading nook and a sculptural wooden staircase feature in this 1970s Los Angeles house, which has been overhauled by local studio Dan Brunn Architecture to "pay homage" to its original architect Frank Gehry.
Gehry was commissioned to design the residence in the 1970s for art collectors Edwin and Ann Janss, but the couple slightly modified the plans during construction and lost some of his signature details.
Called The Hide Out, the residence is completed in a simple material palette of walnut, concrete and glass inspired by Gehry's work. Check out these beautiful photos below...