The Henry O. Bollman Residence
by Architect Lloyd Wright
First offering since 1983. City of Los Angeles Cultural Historic Monument #235, The Henry O. Bollman Residence, 1922 by architect Lloyd Wright.
Wright’s personal vision of a new American architecture is expressed here with an innovative building system utilizing pre-cast concrete blocks to structurally & decoratively augment standard building methodologies.
The style draws from theatrical and Mesoamerican precedents imparting a dramatic temple-like feeling of intimacy.
By the time Designer, Mimi London came upon the property it had fallen into disrepair.
London’s work to renovate and re-interpret the residence has earned two covers of Architectural Digest! Her renovations have made the house more functional; better serving modern lifestyles with a new kitchen, baths, and an expansion of living space into what was the attached garage.
Tropical plantings, including Trumpet Vine, Black Bird of Paradise and Monstera Deliciosa impart a feeling of living in a tropical garden.
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