Tucked away in the picturesque landscape of the San Gabriel foothills, this La Canada Flintridge architectural home by Lloyd Wright is an architectural jewel. Designed in 1956, this Usonian-inspired home showcases Lloyd Wright’s geometric exploration at its finest, combining extensive glass panels and ribbed concrete walls with sharp rooflines and horizontal lines to create an atmosphere of balance and harmony. Step inside this iconic residence and be taken back to another time when design was driven by imagination and ingenuity.
The home’s unique hexagonal living room is the centerpiece of the space. With its floor-to-ceiling glass walls and striking asymmetric fireplace, it is a breathtaking example of modern design that celebrates natural light and openness. The carefully selected furniture pieces add an inviting warmth to the room, making this a perfect spot for entertaining or simply enjoying the tranquil garden.