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Dwell Los Angeles Home Tours Day #2 Preview: East Side and Downtown

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We visit five more modern homes on day two of the Dwell L.A. Home Tours, Saturday, June 22, this time exploring the east side and downtown, from the boroughs of Silver Lake and Glendale to downtown L.A.’s historic core, around the corner from the hustle and bustle of Dwell on Design 2013.
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  Barely perceptible from the street above, the Kim Residence by Form Environment Research (fer) Studio is designed to blend into the shadows of the La Canada foothills. Photo courtesy of Jack Coyier.

    Barely perceptible from the street above, the Kim Residence by Form Environment Research (fer) Studio is designed to blend into the shadows of the La Canada foothills. Photo courtesy of Jack Coyier.

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  The dining area of the Kim Residence is encased in glass walls and doors, lending a sense of dining al fresco.

    The dining area of the Kim Residence is encased in glass walls and doors, lending a sense of dining al fresco.

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  Tattuplex in Silver Lake is a custom Ecosteel prefab with geometric overlapping decks, as seen from below. 

    Tattuplex in Silver Lake is a custom Ecosteel prefab with geometric overlapping decks, as seen from below. 

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  Located at the top of a hill, the house rises above the Silver Lake Reservoir, which can be seen from the living room upstairs.

    Located at the top of a hill, the house rises above the Silver Lake Reservoir, which can be seen from the living room upstairs.

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  The front facade of H House, a 1962 house by architect Richard Banta restored by resident Brent Nichols.

    The front facade of H House, a 1962 house by architect Richard Banta restored by resident Brent Nichols.

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  The deck of H House, which has incredible views, includes chairs by Konstantin Grcic.

    The deck of H House, which has incredible views, includes chairs by Konstantin Grcic.

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  The entrance of the Atwater Crossing Residence by architect Charles Kluger, where interior designer David Mast lives and works.

    The entrance of the Atwater Crossing Residence by architect Charles Kluger, where interior designer David Mast lives and works.

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  The Atwater Crossing Residence is one of 28 homes built on zero lot lines. Here, a southern view of the homes from the rear. Photo courtesy of Val Riolo.

    The Atwater Crossing Residence is one of 28 homes built on zero lot lines. Here, a southern view of the homes from the rear. Photo courtesy of Val Riolo.

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  The open living area of Stuart Patterson’s penthouse residence at the Los Angeles Board of Trade Building, built in 1929.

    The open living area of Stuart Patterson’s penthouse residence at the Los Angeles Board of Trade Building, built in 1929.

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  The top floor of the space is reserved for Colorola Studios, Patterson’s graphic design firm.

    The top floor of the space is reserved for Colorola Studios, Patterson’s graphic design firm.

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