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Inside Venice’s stunning Wave House

The Los Angeles home takes inspiration from nature

This house designed by Mario Romano is anything but ordinary. With rounded edges, an atypical shape, and giant pieces of white aluminum as the facade, the building is meant to evoke the shape of a wave, hence the name Wave House.

Located in Los Angeles, the five-bedroom, four-bathroom house spans 5,700 square feet. The house’s two outdoor spaces are separated from the interior by nine-foot-tall sliding glass walls, further emphasizing the feelings of openness and space. There are textured walls and floors—on both the inside and outside—that are inspired by nature.

The Wave House, just a few blocks east of Rose Avenue and Lincoln Boulevard in Venice, hit the market in August for $6.498 million.