Famous Homes: Pierre Koenig’s Malibu Beach House – His Final Design

One of the world’s most famous mid-century modern architects, Pierre Koenig’s last project was a house on the ocean along the Malibu coast. The house is known as the ‘Koenig Beach House’ and is for sale at $17.85 million. The Koenig Beach House is featured on TopTenRealEstateDeals.com this week.

POMPANO BEACH, Fla., September 14, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — “Pierre Koenig’s Beach House – His Final Design”

One of the world’s most famous mid-century modern architects, the University of Southern California distinguished professor Pierre Koenig got his bachelors from USCs School of Architecture and taught at the venerable institution for forty years. A prolific teacher and the recipient of more than twenty awards, Koenig was known for his contemporary designs. Reflecting the optimism of the atomic age, the mid-century modernist architecture school featured clean lines, geometric shapes and functional materials with an emphasis on steel, glass and concrete. When Art and Architecture magazine sponsored its Case Study Houses, experiments in residential architecture, Koenig was chosen to design two. His Case Study House #22, also known as the Stahl House, is widely regarded as the iconic The Angels modern. Made famous by a striking 1960 photo of Julius Shulman from the glass-walled house hanging over LA’s city lights, the house has been the set of countless movies and music videos and has been referenced by both “The Simpsons” and the “Grand Theft Auto” video game series.

Koenig’s last project was a beautiful oceanfront home along the Malibu coast. The striking modern is known as the ‘Koenig Beach House’ and is for sale at $17.85 million. The 3,600-square-foot home reflects its quintessential modern aesthetic, with the same clean lines and floor-to-ceiling windows that make the Stahl House so memorable. The glass walls give each room breathtaking views from Broad Beach to Point Dume and let in plenty of natural light. Creamy walls with chrome-and-blonde wood accents add to the fresh, minimalist look, while sliding glass doors offer seamless indoor and outdoor living. A steel central staircase connects the floors in style.

The three-story, four-bedroom, four-bathroom home is located just a few yards from the Pacific coast. Multiple steel and glass decks offer plenty of entertainment options, including an oversized spa where guests can relax while looking out at the waves, as well as a retractable staircase that leads down to the sand. The charming kitchen features an island with bar chairs and the living room features a fireplace. A fitness room, a home cinema and a garage with car lift complete the luxury estate. Designed to be environmentally friendly, the house is solar powered and features the Control 4 smart home system. Cyprus and palm trees surround the house, offering privacy and serenity. Should residents tire of pristine beaches, nearby entertainment options include the famous Paradise Cove Beach Cafe and Malibu Riding and Tennis Club.

Malibu is, as the signs say, “21 miles of scenic beauty” along the coast of California just west of The Angels. It used to be a sleepy beach town whose residents rode horseback through the streets with no sidewalks. Spectacular mansions and luxury shops have been developed in recent years. An escape from the hustle and bustle of the city but close enough to commute, Malibu is extremely popular with celebrities. Just a few of the notable residents who have or have had homes in Malibu Involving Leonardo DiCaprio, Miley Cyrus, Jack Nicholson, Paris Hilton, Britney Spearsand Cher.

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