Pierre Koenig’s Last Masterpiece For Sale

The last home designed by famed architect Pierre Koenig before his death is now on the market for $2.3 million. Named the Michael Gantert Residence, the Los Angeles spread epitomizes Koenig's penchant for glass and steel building materials. Click through the photo gallery to take a look at Koenig's dramatic design. View the listing.

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The last home designed by famed architect Pierre Koenig before his death is now on the market for $2.3 million. Named the Michael Gantert Residence, the Los Angeles spread epitomizes Koenig's penchant for glass and steel building materials. Click through the photo gallery to take a look at Koenig's dramatic design. View the listing.
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The home was built in 1981 and sits in a dramatic fashion on a ridge below the Hollywood Reservoir. The entry to the house is via street level off of a gated private road.
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The open-plan living space is outfitted with floor-to-ceiling windows that provide spectacular views of Hollywood and the basin.
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Koenig's design measures close to 2,000 square feet and is made from glass and steel, two building materials that he is known for. The living room and main open living spaces are located on the street level.
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The architect reportedly made some concessions and adapted his minimalist style to include marble baths and a walk-in closet, according to Realtor blog.
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There are three bedrooms and three baths in the dramatic residence.
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A look at the marble master bath that features sweeping views of Los Angeles.
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From street level, there's very little indication that a remarkable, Koenig-designed home sits on the ridge of the cliff.
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