Mid-Century Modern Freak

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Check out the restoration of John Lautner’s 1962 Garcia House. Once described by the New York Times as a “Quonset hut made of glass,” the home on Mulholland Drive was restored by local architecture firm Marmol Radziner and decorated by New York decorator Darren Brown. The home’s owners Bill Damaschke, an executive from DreamWorks, and his partner John McIlwee, an entertainment business manager, explain how they chose to decorate the home: They didn’t want super modern, but also “feared a caricature of mid-century modern.” The home was featured in Lethal Weapon II.

Source: la.curbed.com | desiretoinspire.net

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