Known as the Minarc House, this home near the intersection of Sepulveda and National boulevards was built by the Santa Monica-based architecture firm of the same name. The home, an addition to an existing structure, was profiled in a 2007 Dwell magazine article, a story that talked about how the architects--the firm was founded by couple Tryggvi Thorsteinsson and Erla Dögg Ingjaldsdóttir--added on the second building: "Where the structures merge, slots and gaps gracefully filter light announcing their separateness, as do contrasting materials: stucco for the original house and concrete panels by U.S. Architectural Products made of 30 percent recycled fibers for the new." Well, the couple is moving on from this home. And the four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath home has been listed at $1.895 million.
· Well Thawed Out [Dwell]
· 3044 GREENFIELD Ave [Redfin]