The Johnson/Stone Residence, 1952/2005. Here, against the chaparral of the Santa Monica Mountains, and working with the same 8-foot module and paneled "floating walls" utilized in his Case Study House of the same year, Ellwood draws the residence horizontally across the slope, foreshadowing his later design for Pasadena's Art Center. Wood ceiling beams, precisely fitted into the steel frame, carry the eye out to dramatic views of city and coastline. Now fully restored, Ellwood's original design is celebrated and preserved. The elegantly detailed glass-walled space incorporates: open-plan living area, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, separate studio and carport.
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