Rustic midcentury modern evokes a treehouse in Franklin Hills

By Lauren Beale

A dramatic great room with an asymmetrical wood-and-truss ceiling is at the heart of this remodeled midcentury modern in the Franklin Hills neighborhood of Los Feliz. Angled windows provide treehouse-like views; wooden accents give the rustic interiors the feel of a vintage yacht.

The detached studio resembles a cube made of steel, wood and glass. Views from the hillside lot take in the Griffith Observatory, sunrises and the surrounding greenery.

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