John Lautner’s Midcentury Modern ‘Deutsch House’ Hits the Market in Los Angeles

By Sofia Lekka Angelopoulou

The George and Lorena Deutsch house, built by American architect John Lautner for his bookkeeper in 1954, has hit the market for $2,760,000. Located in the Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles, the midcentury modern home displays all the innovative characteristics Lautner is known for; including the use of natural materials, the concept of indoor-outdoor living and the open floor plan. The two-bedroom property benefits from expansive views of the mountains, the Hollywood sign, and city lights.

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