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Architect Family's 'One Window House' in Venice Asks $2.325M

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Home to architects Deborah Richmond and Olivier Touraine of the Touraine Richmond firm, this 1,500-square-foot One Window House in Venice, Calif. just made its debut to the market, asking $2.325M. Known for raking in design awards and features in the New York Times, the corrugated steel-sided, three-bedroom home also seems to be pretty popular with its neighbors, judging from the comments of over at Curbed LA. According to the architects, the intention behind the highly-regarded family home was to create extra space vertically and leave room for surrounding patios and a garden, thereby avoiding what they call the "McMansion complex." Inside, there's an open, concrete-floored kitchen and living room lined in floor-to-ceiling glass windows, a grand master bedroom suite on the top floor, and—ok let's just put it out there—way more than a single window. Have a look:

· Architects Touraine Richmond Selling Their Striking One Window House in Venice For $2.3 Million[Curbed LA]
· 2127 Linden Ave, Venice, CA [Redfin]
· One Window House [Studio Touraine]