Our featured home today is another intriguing mid-century in need of salvation. The listing downplays the house, but it is easily one of the most interesting Bay Region modernist residences we have seen this year. The home appears to be laid out on a grid of equilateral triangles and is organized around a central corridor with bedrooms on one side and living spaces on each end. Both sides of the long hall open, allowing the breezes to move freely throughout and blurring the lines between inside and out. No architect is mentioned in the listing but the home has some features in common with an Anshen and Allen home in Carmel that was built the same year. Regardless of who designed it though, it is an impressive and unusual piece of design – well worth the drive to see the interiors.
Update: After a number of requests, we revisited the home to snap a few more photos. The original plans are now in the house and it turns out the home was in fact designed by Anshen and Allen.