An architectural wonder: The new L.A. mansion in the heart of the city
The L.P. Anderson mansion in Culver City, California, will be the home of designer L. Frank Baum, and it will also serve as the home for the architecture collective, MOMA.
The project was announced in September and has been in the works for more than two years.
Located in Culvert City’s Westside neighborhood, the 5,000-square-foot mansion has been listed on the market for nearly $9 million.
The design of the home has been based on a combination of contemporary modernism and traditional architectural styles, with the design team emphasizing an open-concept design approach.
A new lobby area will be located in the middle of the living room, which will open up to the living space, making it accessible to both the dining room and kitchen.
The interior features a fireplace and vaulted ceilings, and there will be a large, expansive backyard to play with.
The house is located on a 2,000 acre, 1.5-acre site with more than 6,000 acres of open space.
It will include 4,000 square feet of living space for the architects, plus 4,400 square feet for landscaping and a large pool.
The building will feature a master suite, dining room, kitchen, and an art gallery.