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Mid-Century Modern Residence in Glendale

On a small but unique flat corner lot with two sides abutting a golf course, this roughly 3,500 square foot new Modern residence is inspired by Los Angeles historically important modern architects of the 40's, 50's, and 60's such as Richard Neutra, Craig Ellwood, Pierre Koening, and Raphael Soriano. With the heavily glazed public spaces all placed and oriented towards the golf course and mountain views, and the bedrooms placed and oriented on the more private interior side, the division between outside and inside is barely perceptible, especially from the one and a half story Living Room with two full walls of tall glass sliding doors and three walls of high up transom windows at the tops of the walls. The public portion of the downstairs is essentially one big open room with no walls dividing Entry, Kitchen, Dining, and Living Rooms, while the Master Suite secretly occupies a corner view to the course. The rear patio is covered with a lacey and light modern trellis, providing welcomed shade for outdoor dining, lounging, and BBQing.