In the lead role – 4 modern houses from famous Hollywood films
Four modern homes of famous Hollywood films that will surprise you. They are fascinating, with its original architecture and elegant décor.
Modern homes films - The House carved Sleeper (1973)
modern houses with unusual Archutektur
Located on the edge of Genesee Mountain House carved is probably one of the most famous houses in Colorado. The architect Charles Deaton was fascinated by the idea of living in a sculpture. He did not like the cube houses built in the 1950s and early 60s. "People are not angular," he said at the time. "So why should they live in rectangles?" The construction of the private residence began in 1963, when the facade was completed in 1966 Deaton had more funding. The house was empty for nearly 35 years. In 1973, Woody Allen filmed part of his sci-fi comedy "Sleeper" there. amazing The house was completely renovated in after 2010. 1, A $ 53 Mil been sold.The Big Lebowski: Sheats-Goldstein Residence
Party in the modern house in Malib inhabited by Jackie Treehorn in the movie "The Big Lebowski" is actually located in Benedict Canyon. The Sheats-Goldstein residence was designed by architect John Lautner, whose distinctive modern houses are often scenes of movies. The residence is built into the rock of the hill and mimic a cave. He also appeared in Charlie's Angels Full Throttle and Bandits.
A Single Man: The Schaffer Residence
"A Single Man" and famous designer Tom Ford fashion house director was partially filmed in 1949 at the John Lautner. Schaffer Residence is dark and depressed, is located on a heavily wooded lot in the valley in Glendale, California.
The Lake House
The 2006 romantic drama "The Lake House" could already be a critical flop, but there was one element that stands out:. The house itself has been built for the film to Maple Lake in Willow Springs, Illinois Home. modern, a glass box on stilts at the end of a dock, minimalist architecture of the steel in the style of Mies van der Rohe Unfortunately, the house -. was built specially for the film - dismantled because laws do not allow local accommodation on this undeveloped part of the lake.