Last week LACMA announced it has received a big gift - a house in the slopes above Beverly Hills designed by John Lautner. He is the architect who got his start working for Frank Lloyd Wright and went on to design astounding homes that helped seal LA's reputation as a laboratory for experimental houses. The Sheats-Goldstein Residence was built in the early 60's for an artist, Helen Sheats, and her husband Paul, a university professor. It changed hands and was bought by James Goldstein in 1972. He worked with John Lautner to restore and adapt the house. DnA producer Avishay Artsy toured the house last week and met its owner.
The Sheats-Goldstein Residence
Avishay Artsy - Producer, DnA: Design and Architecture - @heyavishay, James Goldstein - fashion, basketball and architecture enthusiast - @jamesfgoldstein, Michael Govan - CEO Director of LACMA - @LACMA, Bette Jane Cohen - (1954-2016) - @Bettejayne