A modernist home in our neighborhood was featured in a story in Architectural Digest.
The home, built in 1971, is owned by architect Eddie Maestri, who founded Maestri Studio, and his husband, Adam Moore. They used to live in Lakewood but wanted more square footage and a bigger backyard for their twin sons.
They decided on a 5,000-square-foot L-shaped home with high ceilings, white terrazzo floors, verandas and a pool in the backyard. The property backs up to a small lake.
Maestri painted the exterior brick white but kept the roof brown. For the interior design, he drew inspiration from Palm Springs and New Orleans.
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