In Search of Alvin Lustig

Settling into a midcentury home in Los Angeles, a young couple celebrate its provenance: quite possibly a rare residential project by the legendary graphic designer.
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"We could have imagined ourselves in a Craftsman bungalow," recalls Andrew Romano. When he and his wife, Dustin Ferrer, first moved from New York to Los Angeles, their requirements were emblematic of the transition: a yard for their future kids, an escape from cold and damp winters, good tacos. Both writers, they also sought a home that was quiet. The style of architecture didn’t immediately enter the picture.

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