Via Curbed LA:
A unique architectural home has made its way onto the market in Venice for $2.595 million. The three bedroom, three and a half bathroom house was designed by Coop Himmelb(l)au, the Austrian architecture firm responsible for the Great Egyptian Museum in Cairo, BMW World in Germany, and LA's High School for the Visual and Performing Arts. This 2,700 square foot spans three stories and features the interwoven use of concrete, glass, and structural steel. Other details include natural wood ceilings, a Bulthaup kitchen, and European fixtures throughout. On the third floor, a rooftop deck offers a 360-view from the city to the ocean.
Photos by Juergen Nogai, courtesy of the official listing with Scott King of Deasy/Penner & Partners.