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Designed by the gifted and prolific Ed Fickett for Dr. George Jacobson, a professor of radiology and department chair at USC’s School of Medicine, his wife, Miriam, and their two children in 1966, the home has the distinction of being the first contemporary residence to be awarded historic-cultural monument status by the city of Los Angeles.
Madden, a midcentury-modern aficionado who previously owned a glassy pavilion by Case Study Program architect Craig Ellwood, picked up the Jacobson House in 2015 for $3.28 million, subsequently enlisting the services of designer Mark Haddawy — whose CV includes overhauls of four Neutras, two Lautners, and one Koenig — to execute a selective revamp.
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