The collection of neck-ties Lloyd-Butler and Zelen have amassed is on permanent display draped over an upstairs railing.  Photo 9 of 13 in This Surfer's Beach House is More Than It Seems
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Born outfitted the living room of the original house with vertical slats on which to mount any manner of visual material. Artwork becomes easy to move around, but Lloyd-Butler likes the placement of a painting by Wayne Gonzales depicting Lee Harvey Oswald.  Photo 11 of 13 in This Surfer's Beach House is More Than It Seems
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Hallway and Concrete Floor Lloyd-Butler’s second-floor office in the old house, which connects to the addition via the frosted-glass bridge.  Photo 10 of 13 in This Surfer's Beach House is More Than It Seems
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