• NeighborhoodHollywood Hills
  • Reservation PolicyYes

This glass-and-steel residence in the Hollywood Hills, arguably the most famous midcentury-modern home in the world, was designed by architect Pierre Koenig in the late 1950s for Buck and Carlotta Stahl as part of the modernist-focused Case Study House Program. Currently owned by the couple’s children, the house, which was recently added to the National Register of Historic Places, can be toured by appointment. With just two bedrooms, the 2,200-square-foot home shot to international recognition in 1960, when photographer Julius Shulman took a photo of two women sitting in front of its floor-to-ceiling back windows that, as visitors will see, offer sweeping views of the city skyline.

Make a reservation