Experimental Case Study house in LA lists for $10m

By Emma Tucker

A piece of architectural history is up for grabs in California – Case Study House #18 has hit the market for $10m.

Rodney Walker designed the two-bedroom Los Angeles property in Pacific Palisades, which is also known as West House. The Modernist gem is one of a series of homes built under Arts & Architecture magazine’s Case Study programme.

The initiative saw a number of high profile architects design experimental yet practical houses, intended to show the future of domestic architecture.

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