The Bailey House Pierre Koenig Case Study 21
The Bailey House Pierre Koenig Case Study 21 house, perched above the famed Sunset Strip.
Built between 1956-58 the house was designed on a north and south axis in order to maximize sunlight in the winter and screen it out during the summer.
Innovative steel paneled walls at the front and back provide discretion from the street below and hillside houses above while glass walls on either side allow the airy interior to open up to a beautifully landscaped yard.
In the late 1990s Koenig was invited back to oversee the restoration of the property earning the City of Los Angeles Historic Preservation 2000 Award of Excellence.
The house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, designated Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument #669 and has a Mills Act contract providing significant property tax savings.
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