Los Angeles landmark and modernist icon Case Study House #21, dubbed Bailey House, is for sale. Tucked into the Hollywood Hills, the steel-framed, midcentury-modern home was designed in 1958 by Pierre Koenig as part of Arts & Architecture magazine’s Case Study Program, which commissioned modern, reproducible housing that postwar, middle-class Americans could afford.
Koenig revisited the 1,280-square-foot project in the late 1990s to reverse a series of modifications and restore the home’s clean and functional open-plan layout. How much does an icon cost? At press time, the home was listed by Sotheby’s International Realty for $4.5 million.
View the listing on Sotheby's here.