6 unique modern homes

By Loren Talbot

Santa Monica, California. This sculptural steel, glass, and concrete home was built in 2008. The four-bedroom house features exposed metal beams, glass doors framed in mahogany, walnut floors, and Venetian plaster walls; a steel-framed glass bridge connects the front and back.

The Santa Monica Canyon lot includes native landscaping and a pool bordered by tall bamboo.

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