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Eames House to Mark Couple's Anniversary
A house full of light and air, made of prefabricated materials and hidden by eucalyptus trees, overlooks a meadow on Chautauqua Boulevard in Pacific Palisades.
Known as the Eames House, it embodies the ideas and ideals of the mid-century design team of Charles and Ray Eames through their association with the Case Study House program of 1945-1962.
And if you’re a member of the Eames Foundation, you get a free tour of the exterior and the interior on Saturday, June 21, held every year close to the June 20 wedding anniversary of the Eames couple, who have attained iconic status.
But even if you’re not a member, the property is, fortunately, open to the public on a reservation basis. You can view this exemplary mid-century modern home from the outside, peek through the windows into the first floor, and wander the grounds.
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