The breathtaking interior of this unique house represents a remarkable fusion of architectural elements, formed and transformed by a striking combination of brilliant talents over several decades. Frank Lloyd Wright provided the early inspiration through his initial design for his granddaughter, actress Anne Baxter, before turning the project over to his colleague John Lautner. Lautner’s version would stand for nearly 40 years until the current owners commissioned the dynamic, international award-winning Sharon Johnston and Mark Lee to modernize and further enhance the functional and sculptural aspects of the four-bedroom and five-bathroom home. The first level consists of a large living room with a sweeping, curved, built-in couch that wraps to the outdoor patio and is split by a pane of glass, acting as a conduit to the deck looking over the pool and slice-of-city view. A warm combination of brick, wood and stone elements continue the flow towards the dining room, kitchen, bedroom and office. A sublime sculptural stairway leads to the second level, offering a large master suite with built-in closets, a second suite and den. Daring shapes and exquisite curves make the space an artful and profound perceptual experience for those attuned to the unconventional. Separate guest suite, pool, views, gardens and privacy all one block from the famed Sunset Strip. Shown by appointment.