Tachevah Residence / Howard Lapham

Built in 1966 by modern architect Howard Lapham, the sprawling nine-bedroom, 11-bath home and its two-bedroom guest house is a fun and funky take on mid century living, located on a three-quarter-acre lot in the posh Movie Colony neighbourhood. Lapham’s trademark high ceilings, walls of glass, and spacious rooms all make an appearance, and the home’s cantilevered roofs and poured terrazzo floors will appeal to mid century purists. But it’s the over-the-top interior design and Arthur Elrod designed furnishings that catches your eye; some rooms feature bright yellows, pinks, and eggshell blues, while others are decorated with everything from patterned red-and-white wallpaper or gilded tile work — via Curbed

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One Comment

  1. Mario Mangone

    16 October 2019 at 5.43 am

    I love the glass wall and open layout. Well balanced masses between solid and glass walls.


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