|Located on a narrow site on the boardwalk of Venice, this beach house still seems private with a second floor living room and terrace. (The stairway leads to the living room terrace.)|
Views of the front
|The ground floor, sheathed in blue tile, has a studio and a garage at the rear. Bedrooms occupy the third floor. Like many of Gehry's works, it uses various materials: concrete blocks, tile, stucco, and the surprising red chimney.|
The studyThe post-modern joke is the "private perch," as Gehry called it, a kind of life-guard stand since the owner had once had that job.
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