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Contemporary modern in La Cañada Flintridge seeks $6.8M

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Designed by a former Art Center faculty member

The home has a concrete facade
Photos by Mark Liddell, courtesy of Tim Durkovic/Douglas Elliman

This La Cañada Flintridge house sits a few windy miles away from the Art Center College of Design and the Rose Bowl. Designed by and built in 1995 for the late industrial designer Kohei Eguchi, the house served as his personal residence.

Eguchi worked as a designer for Ford, General Motors, and Honda before joining the faculty at the Art Center College of Design, where he taught for nearly two decades. Eguchi died in 2014.

The home features a gray, concrete block exterior that blends into the 1.1-acre grounds of mature oaks and lawns. Inside, the main residence holds a two-story formal living room, five bedroom suites, and a formal dining room.

A separate guest wing holds three bedrooms, all suites. A detached workshop and a three-car garage also share the lush site.

It’s listed for $6.78 million.

Correction: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated the date the residence was built. It was built in 1995 not 1955.

The two-story family room.
The grounds feature mature oak trees and lawns across over an acre.
Large windows bring the outdoors in.