The Location

The Lautner House

If a house could be a celebrity, it would be the Lautner House. Appearing as an indelible presence in movies like The Big Lebowski and Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, the 4,500-square-foot pleasure pad is the perfect location to intrigue even the most seasoned gala-goer.

Designed by architect—and apprentice of Frank Lloyd Wright—John Lautner in 1961, the cave-like concrete-and-glass residence perched above Beverly Hills is truly awe inspiring.

 
Lautner House5.jpg
Lautner House3.jpg
Lautner House6.jpg
LAutner House8.jpg
Lautner House11.jpg