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1982 Dome House
Mount Washington Area
Glassell Park / Los Angeles CA 90065
AVAILABILITY BEDS BATHS APPROX SF APPROX LOT
CONTACT BROKER - 2 1,812 10,869 sf /0.24 ac
One of LA's most unusual homes: This pioneering work of vertically interconnected spaces defies domestic convention, incorporating ideas once promoted in The Whole Earth Catalog now staples of architecture and sustainable design. Geometry and materials create a distinct character for each interior environment. Flexible live-work arrangements are accommodated within the cavernous concrete lower levels, illuminated by a dozen skylights, earth sheltered and topped by a green roof for maximum thermal efficiency. The mid-level galley with its exposed structural timbers has the feel of a treehouse, offering panoramic valley and mountain views. The colorful geodesic dome above shelters a vast interior studio volume for meditation, art, rehearsal, performance, or entertaining. Interior area totals approximately 1812 square feet on landscaped grounds of nearly 1/4 acre. Suitable for an individual or couple comfortable in a genuinely alternative habitat. Convenient to public transit, freeways and neighborhood shopping areas.

PROPERTY RESOURCES

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PRESS

Dwell Magazine Video Profile of Dome House Owner Fritz Haeg on YouTube

Interview with Owner Fritz Haeg on NPR's Day to Day

NY Times Interview: Art and Life, Steeping in a Teapot

NY Times Profile: A Fertile Imagination: Architect-Activist Fritz Haeg

Whitney Museum Biennial Animal Estates Exhibit

Edible Estates Book by Fritz Haeg

Sundown Salon Events Held at the House

Metropolis Magazine: Greening The Edges - Fritz Haeg's Joyful Assault On The Front Lawn

The Independent: One Mans Crusade to Plough Up the Inner City

More Press about Dome House owner Fritz Haeg on his Website

Earth Sheltered Structures

MotherEarthNews

MalcolmWells

US Department Of Energy

Geodesic Domes

Wolfram

Mother Earth News

Area Information

Glassell Park Improvement Association

Glassell Park Neighborhood Council

Mount Washington Association

Electric Railway Historical Association

Neighborhood Amenities

Stores and Services

Metrorail Transit

Schools

LOCATION

Nearby Freeways
Golden State Freeway (I 5)
Glendale Freeway (CA 2)
Ventura Freeway (CA 134)
Pasadena Freeway (CA 110)

Driving Distances from the Property
(Source: Maps.Google.com)Miles
Occidental College, Eagle Rock1.5
Eagle Rock and Colorado, Eagle Rock2.4
Southwest Museum/Marmion Way Gold Line Rail Station2.5
Highland Park/N Figueroa Gold Line Rail Station2.7
Atwater Village3.5
Glendale City Hall 3.9
Hyperion and Rowena, Silver Lake4.0
Los Angeles City Hall7.6
Griffith Park Observatory7.6
Pasadena City Hall8.3
Burbank City Hall9.7
Lake and Colorado, Pasadena9.8
The Grove/Farmers Market, LA10.8
Burbank Airport14.0
Century City 20.1
Santa Monica City Hall22.1
Los Angeles International Airport25.1
Marina Del Rey25.1
Venice Beach26.0
Mt Wilson Observatory27.5
Zuma Beach, Malibu42.4
Lake Arrowhead84.2
Santa Barbara City Hall96.4
Palm Springs City Hall114.0