Lloyd Wright, son of Frank Lloyd Wright, built the house in 1926. The property reflects Wright’s philosophies as a landscape architect, emphasizing the elements of nature in an open floor plan where every room communicates via the central courtyard. The house has also been noted in some dark-themed articles in the Los Angeles Times as the former home of the notorious Doctor George Hodel, who may have been responsible for the even more notorious Black Dahlia murders. Whatever the truth of 'Hollywood history,' the architecture is a stunning tribute to the interplay of shadow and light, nature and civilization, and the ancient Mayan temples by which it was inspired. Minimum rate is based on a non-commercial still shoots with a crew/talent size of 15 or less and a 10 hour day. Please inquire for rates on larger impact jobs and include and the following details about your project. Job Name: Dates: What The Shoot is For: Crew/Talent Size: Hours Needed: Areas Needed: Miscellaneous Info Relevant to Your Shoot:
Category and style
Art Deco, Asian, Dated/Retro, Contemporary Modern, Old Hollywood, Zen
Private parking for 15 cars
Truck / motorhome on site parking: Street
Address most likely falls into the following permit zone: Los Angeles. Please confirm with the host.
Giggster offers in-house permit coordination services for certain projects. Call (323) 544-4600 to inquire about pricing or visit our FAQ section to learn more.
Use of restroom(s) for a crew of 15 people or less is allowed
Dark Wood Floor
Glass Kitchen Cabinets
Stainless Steel Kitchen
Exact location provided after booking