dwell August 22, 2023
Designed by residential architect Charles W. Wong, this post-and-beam, midcentury home incorporates classic modernist design elements like wood paneling, tongue-and groove ceilings, clerestory windows, and walls of glass. Charles Wong immigrated in the 1930s from China, settled in Los Angeles, graduated from Polytechnic High School in 1946 and graduated from USC’s School of Architecture in 1951, and was one of a handful of Asian-American Architects that contributed to the modernist landscape of Los Angeles in the ’60s.
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