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Chemosphere House. John Lautner. 1960. Los Angeles.

The Chemosphere, designed by American architect John Lautner in 1960, is an innovative Modernist octagon house in Los Angeles, California. The building, which the Encyclopædia Britannica once called "the most modern home built in the world",[1] is admired both for the ingenuity of its solution to the problem of the site and for its unique design.

midcenturymodernfreak: Norms Restaurant 1957 | Architects: Armet & Davis (Now Armet Davis Newlove) | Photo: Jack Laxer | The oldest surviving Norms located on La Cienega Boulevard in West Hollywood, Los Angeles Via

A Rare Look Inside LA's Magical 1963 Sheats-Goldstein Residence

A Rare Look Inside LA's Magical 1963 Sheats-Goldstein Residence - ForbesLife

Elrod house

Eldon Davis and Googie architecture

Pann's, Westchester | classic Googie architecture | designed by Helen Fong of the design firm Armet and Davis | 1958

Sous le chêne, la Schaffer House de John Lautner

La Schaffer House de John Lautner 1 | AD Magazine

John Lautner's Sheats/Goldstein house

Belvédère vintage à Los Angeles

Belvedere vintage à Los Angeles : John Lautner, Garcia House, piscine.

Tail o' the Pup. A hot dog stand in Los Angeles, 1967 | Photographer: Julian Wasser