Design Within Reach Furnishes Stahl House With 2018 Collection
March 16, 2018
The Case Study Houses are well-known as emblems of modernist architecture. One of the most famous is Pierre Koenig’s (1960), where floor-to-ceiling glass windows offer unrivaled views of Los Angeles. This popularity is due in part to an iconic black-and-white Julius Shulman photograph of two women sitting leisurely in the living space, which propelled the residences to stardom shortly after construction.
This year, however, the Stahl family welcomes a new occupant: 2018 collection. Modernist-inflected furnishings such as and emulate the 2,200-square-foot structure’s clean lines, while a pair of poolside , revivals of the 1956 originals, look like they never left. The pieces will live in the house indefinitely, and tours are available to the public.