Lionel Price was born in San Francisco and raised in Oakland. He eventually moved to Seattle where he ended up teaching architecture at the University of Washington. He influenced many famous architects of that era including Minoru Yamasaki and A. Quincy Jones. From time to time he took on design projects. This is one of his homes.
The house is built on a hill and its floor plan seems to hug the slope that it rests on. The floor to ceiling windows take advantage of its beautiful location on the lake. The gorgeous courtyard located in the front of the house has the view of the lake thought the glass panel doors that open into the living room. It has a perfect setup for entertaining.
(Images: Coop 15)