Art You Can Live In for $2.595M

One part sculpture and one part home is an apt way to describe this unique Venice, CA residence. On the market for $2.595 million, this dynamic crib was designed by Viennese architects Coop Himmelb(l)au, the Austrian architecture firm that was behind the Great Egyptian Museum in Cairo and BMW World in Germany. The impressive structure boasts a medley of concrete, glass, and structural steel elements, as well as a wondrous 360-degree view from the city to the ocean. View the listing.

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One part sculpture and one part home is an apt way to describe this unique Venice, CA residence. On the market for $2.595 million, this dynamic crib was designed by Viennese architects Coop Himmelb(l)au, the Austrian architecture firm that was behind the Great Egyptian Museum in Cairo and BMW World in Germany. View the listing.
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The dramatic home uses a mix of concrete, glass and structural steel in order to "explore the constraints of functionalism."
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Totaling 2,522 square feet, the crib boasts an open floor plan that incorporates that daylight and exterior spaces into that of the interior.
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The abode was built in 2001 and is one of only a few homes designed by Coop Himmelb(l)au.
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A view of the sleek Bulthaup eat-in kitchen.
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The compound is completely gated and private and includes a first-class security system.
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The dynamic abode features three bedrooms and 3.5 baths.
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According to the listing, this one-of-a-kind pad is a "complex sculptural form interwoven with the apparatus of living."
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