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"If you want a more interesting life, you couldn't do anything better than live within fine architecture"                        John Lautner- Architect  1911-1994

John Lautner was one of this century's important contemporary American architects. His work was concerned with the  relationship of the human being to space and of space to nature.  "Shelter," he said, "is the most basic human need."
Lautner  practiced architecture for more than 55 years, designing unusual  and unique residences in and near Los Angeles, including Silvertop,  the Chemosphere, the Sheats/Goldstein residence, the Levy residence,  and the Elrod residence (Palm Springs, CA), as well as many others around the world. He was also responsible for the innovative design  of some restaurants (Henry's, Googies, Tiny Naylor's).

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