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Flying Wing: House on Hollywood hills is selected for ‘Breakfast with the Architect’ tour

Flying Wing House

The Flying Wing House was constructed in 1975 by Harry Gesner, architect from Southern California. It was named Flying Wing by the architect as its shape is inspired by a flying bird. The 4,543 square feet house was renovated last year by Dean Larkin, architect from Los Angeles. The house is presently selected for a ‘Breakfast with the Architect’ tour, which will allow tour goers to spend a Sunday morning with the architect that designed the home. The tour is hosted by American Institute of Architects (AIA) on Sunday May 18.

The two-story house includes four bedrooms, six bathrooms, elevator, kitchen and large area outside with a swimming pool, garden and outdoor couch to relax. The house is made entirely of wood with huge glass walls and sliding glass doors to provide residents a beautiful view of the city and the legendry Hollywood sign outside.

Carol Caccavale, associate director of AIA, L.A. said,

It’s a great example of bringing a house to meet modern needs using something that was built in a different time with different needs.

The interior of the house looks amazing with wooden furniture and contemporary color combinations and includes all the necessary things required of a modern living. The lighting within the house is brilliantly fixed to make it look livelier. This unique bird shaped house costs $8.8 million and agent Jason Oppenheim from the Oppenheim Group, is seeking a buyer for this amazing creation by Gesner.

Via: LATimes

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