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The only house by MOCA architect Arata Isozaki in the States has listed in Los Angeles for $5.495.

Isozaki originally designed the three-bedroom Venice property 30 years ago for art collector Teresa Bjornson, and that probably explains the concrete abode’s soaring gallery-like proportions.

Its grand room has 30-ft ceilings and enormous triangular skylights cut into the roof of the sculptural two-storey home.

Eric Clapton owned the Los Angeles property from the late 1990s until around 2004, and it was listed for sale last July but it failed to find a buyer. It’s now back on the market – with an increased price tag of $5.495m – via Josh & Matt Altman, Douglas Elliman, and it comes with furniture by contemporary artist Klaus Rinke.

Los Angeles property designed by Arata Isozaki
Via Douglas Elliman Real Estate

Number 16 Paloma Avenue is yards from Venice beach, and has a 600-sq-ft patio for outdoor entertaining.

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