daily walks in Venice. A friend of mine went for a walk at dusk yesterday and happened upon this modern home with walls of glass with an impressive collection of iconic modern furniture--it practically looks like a museum. "Often while winding through the streets, I happen upon a house with its insides on display for all to see," she said, "It feels a little wrong to look, perhaps a little more wrong to take a photo--but this house was just asking for it!"
Just seeing these photos also reminded me of when I used to live near the Franklin Hills and would walk my dog after work--we would walk up near the Shakespeare bridge up in the hills and marvel in all the different kinds of architecture and styles that LA has to offer--my favorite was this one house in the corner that was ultra modern with its concrete walls and a two car garage with all-glass doors that housed an 1976 Porsche 911 in mint condition. (The other car was a Honda Civic). (Images: Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window, other photo from OfCourseOfcourse.com)