Lloyd Wright’s Samuel Novarro House in Los Angeles

Welcome to our weekend property digest, where we bring together the best houses for sale (or rent) that we’ve unearthed across the world. Among this week’s discoveries is trio of Los Angeles properties and an artist’s London home.

Lloyd Wright’s Samuel Novarro House in Los Angeles

Samuel Novarro House
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3 bedrooms; $4.295m via Juliette Hohnen Douglas Elliman
Designed in the Mayan Revival style, this 1920s movie star’s home has patterned copper panelling alongside poured concrete floors and gallery-like walls. An aquamarine swimming pool is framed by copper-lined walls and a fan-shaped fountain in the garden. Take a tour.

Revamped 1950s Craig Ellwood house in Los Angeles, USA

A revamped 1950s Craig Ellwood house hits the market for $2.95 million
Photography: Open Home Professionals

2 bedrooms; $2.95m via Open Home Professionals
Colour blocking, a floating studio room and expansive views over Los Angeles feature in this newly-restored midcentury home in the Hollywood Hills. Like a 3D Mondrian painting, the steel-framed Casa Kuderna features black horizontal and vertical lines, rectangular white walls and splashes of red and yellow. Walnut veneer walls add warmth and unify its open-plan spaces. Get a closer look.

Minimal architect-designed home in Strömma, Sweden


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3 bedrooms; 6 250 000 kr via Alexander White
This unbuilt semi-detached house by Innovation Properties is a minimalist’s dream. It has expansive windows and a rooftop terrace for taking in the surrounding nature. Positioned by the Strömma canal, intake will be in early 2019.

David Ming-Li Lowe designed loft in Los Angeles, USA


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3 bedrooms; £825,000 via The Modern House
Artist Leonard Hessing designed this pair of studios – which have since been turned into a mews house – for himself and his ceramicist wife. The upper level which still has an elevated studio, is flooded with natural light by a row of angled frosted windows in the roof. The Coningham Mews home comes with approved planning permission for adding a mezzanine floor and roof terrace designed by RIBA award-winning practice Hugh Strange Architects.

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