— The mojo of legendary architectural photographer Julius Shulman, OBVI.
— A darkroom, even more obvi.
— Secluded, heavily wooded lot on 0.76 acres of land in the swanky Hollywood Hills.
— “Cork panels,” flooring, fixtures, built-in cabinetry and hardwood walls all original to the 1950 Raphael Soriano design.
— A designated monument of the L.A. Cultural Heritage Commission (it’s the only remaining unaltered steel-frame structure by Soriano).
— Living room has a floor-to-ceiling fireplace.
— A separate studio 16 feet from the main house.
— Koi ponds!
All images via Flickr user mkw4114.
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