Pool view of a Beverly Hills Mid Century home by Victor Gruen Architect

This 1950 mid-century home was originally designed by Victor Gruen architect. Along with his fellow Austrian born architects, Neutra and Schindler, Gruen emigrated to the United States during the war. 

The architectural home is a bit of a departure for Gruen as he specialized in commercial buildings. It was suggest by The New Yorker that he “may well have been the most influential architect of the 20th century” as he was considered to have designed the first outdoor mall.