Posted on March 28, 2022 at 8:00 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
The Nin-Pole Residence in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles holds a special allure to literature and architecture fans.
It was built by a grandson of Frank Lloyd Wright for his half-brother and the half-brother's wife, whose identity you might have guessed by the house's name: Anais Nin.
And the design was built around Nin's writing, according to the New York Times Style Magazine.
It's still privately owned, by people who vowed to protect Wright's vision for Nin, but the magazine was able to visit the Nin-Pole and provide a virtual tour for members of the public who want to (but can't) drop in.
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