The Architecture of John Lautner

The Architecture of John Lautner

Apr 11, 2008

In addition to yesterday's article about the Harpel House renovation, the LA Times also put up a great slide show retrospective of some of John Lautner's amazing homes built in Southern California. Many of these homes have been used as film and photoshoot locations. See if you recognize any after the jump...

The Chemosphere is currently owned by publisher Benedikt Taschen. It was used as a location in the first "Charlie's Angels" film with Drew Barrymore.

The Elrod House in Palm Springs was used in the James Bond film, "Diamonds are Forever".

Read the article here, and check out more pics of his architecture at the slideshow.

[ images by Ken Hively and Joshua White for LA Times ]

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