Edward Norton Bought Architect John Lautner’s Stevens House – Edward Norton’s new Malibu home, which he just picked up for $11.8 million, according to Trulia, is an architectural masterpiece. The property is architect John Lautner’s Stevens House, a California State Cultural Landmark built in 1968 to resemble a wave, which is situated along 37 feet of beachfront property.
The 3,366-square-foot split-level home has an exterior made of both concrete and wood, retractable glass walls, and an interior constructed mainly of wood. The five-bedroom, five-bathroom house has hardwood floors and a gallery hallway that leads to the step-down living room with a modern fireplace against a concrete wall. Two additional glass walls, as well as recessed lighting in the cedar herringbone ceiling, offer plenty of natural light and views of the ocean as well as the open-air swimming pool.
The hardwood floors, walls, ceiling, and cabinets follow the same color palette in the kitchen, with varying inlays. A retro diner booth sits in place of the usual kitchen table. The master bedroom also benefits from glass walls facing the ocean.
Lautner’s talent is lauded by a highly influential circle within Hollywood, including Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin, Courteney Cox and David Arquette, Vincent Gallo, and Bob Hope, who have all resided in one of his designs at different times.
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Source: architectural digest